## What is/are Resonance States?

Resonance States - In this paper, we presented an elegant theoretical scheme to investigate the bound and resonance states in the $$^{19}$$ 19 C halo nucleus.^{[1]}We introduce an exactly solvable one-dimensional potential that supports both bound and/or resonance states.

^{[2]}New types of resonant tunneling currents at Si-p/n junctions, which are caused by the resonance between the donor and acceptor-dopant states and by the resonance states in a triangular quantum-well-like potential in the p/n junctions, are studied by a time-evolution simulation of electron wave packets.

^{[3]}We propose taking advantage of quantum resonant tunneling through resonance states below the Fermi level in these structures that can pave a route toward achieving larger spin-torque efficiencies, even when considering smaller values of the exchange splitting.

^{[4]}Uncertainties in the interaction of Δ ( 1232 ) resonance states with nuclear matter, due to lack of experimental data, are accounted for by varying the coupling constants to scalar and vector mesonic fields.

^{[5]}The calculations shows that the masses of 2 S and 1 D states of $$\varXi _c$$ Ξ c are comparable to experimental results; In addition, the resonance states of five-quark configuration are possible candidates of these new states with negative parity by using the real scaling method and their decay width is also given.

^{[6]}The computing power is increased by maximizing the density of resonance states and bandwidth of the resonance chain together.

^{[7]}Here, the antiresonance and resonance states of the flow are considered.

^{[8]}This structure exhibits large band gaps and pass bands, which due to the periodicity of the system and the resonance states of the grafted lateral branches (resonators).

^{[9]}The asymptotes of the studied many-body states are analyzed via one-body densities, whereby the different radial properties of well bound, loosely bound, resonance states are clearly depicted.

^{[10]}Theoretical or experimental studies of the interactions between quantum particles are very important in physical sciences because from them it is possible to know the properties of the systems, therefore, the Jost functions are very important in Quantum Scattering Theory because they allow to carry out unified studies on bound states, scattered states, virtual states and resonance states.

^{[11]}Using the method of matching asymptotic expansions, formulas are obtained for the first terms in the expansions of resonances (quasi-eigenvalues) and resonance states.

^{[12]}The resulting method allows for the investigation of resonance states of metastable anions.

^{[13]}Furthermore, we find that the resonance states can be formed in the $${\cal P}{\cal T}$$ P T -symmetric delta potential, which is similar to the case of real delta potential.

^{[14]}The nature and density of bound and resonance states, coupled electronic states, symmetry, and nuclear spin-statistics can all play a role.

^{[15]}These gaps originate not only from the periodicity of the system but also from the resonance states of the grafted lateral branches.

^{[16]}His pioneering contributions to the basic theory of resonances provide an understanding of new phenomena and enable the development of computational algorithms and strategies which have lead to successful andwell-established methodologies to explicitly compute the resonance states of atoms and molecules as well as their properties.

^{[17]}Recent observations on resonance states of the positronium negative ion (Ps−) in the laboratory created huge interest in terms of the calculation of the resonance parameters of the simple three-lepton system.

^{[18]}In particular we focus on O 16 , for which attention has been paid to advances of structure theory and assignment regarding 4 + -resonance states.

^{[19]}In this paper, we present a theory on the formation of exceptional points (EPs) of resonance states in two-dimensional periodic structures.

^{[20]}Ferroresonance states are classified in to adequate modes by Ferroresonance detection tool.

^{[21]}Emphasis is given to the role of resonance states (l=2,Jπ=3+,2+,1+ of 6Li and l=3,Jπ=7/2−,5/2− of 7Li) on the total fusion excitation function.

^{[22]}Also, spectral singularities correspond to the resonance states having a real energy.

^{[23]}To reach the universal Efimov regime in which the size of the BBX trimer as well as those of larger clusters is much larger than the length scales of the underlying interaction model, three different approaches are considered: resonance states are determined in the absence of BB and BBX interactions, bound states are determined in the presence of repulsive three-body boson-boson-impurity interactions, and bound states are determined in the presence of repulsive two-body boson-boson interactions.

^{[24]}In Reference [1] this model was applied toobtain parameters of resonance states in 9Be and 9B and to establish their nature.

^{[25]}The properties of nuclear matter with high baryon density and the resonance states of hadron have been studied theoretically and some physical observables related to the properties of nuclear matter with high baryon density are pointed out under the heavy ion collisions with the energy at the region of 0.

^{[26]}The calculation is performed for hadronic matter modeled by the hadron resonance gas model with hadrons and resonance states up to a cutoff in the mass as 2.

^{[27]}For the latter one, we not only include the contributions from the $\phi$ and $\omega$ mesons, but also take into account the contributions from the resonance states $\omega(1420)$, $\omega(1650)$, $\phi(1680)$ and $\phi(2170)$.

^{[28]}The hybrid ring resonator is made to work between the full and off resonance states, allowing it to work as a power splitter.

^{[29]}The resonance states of the double single-electron peaks emerge below the Hubbard band, at which several subpeaks are clearly observed respectively in double oscillated current peaks due to the coupling of quantum dot array in the atomic scale channel.

^{[30]}A prior theoretical prediction for the presence of resonance states in the conduction band of this system, however, could not be confirmed.

^{[31]}The wave signal for 30 min was divided into the initial and resonance states that were distinguished at 8 min.

^{[32]}It is demonstrated that the K adsorption leads to the disappearance of a number of the substrate surface and resonance states in the energy region above − 2 eV/−3 eV (Pt/Cu) and to the appearance of new surface features, as well as bands that are significantly localized at the adsorbate.

^{[33]}The hybrid ring resonator is made to work between the full and off resonance states, allowing it to work as a power splitter.

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## photon energy region

In the photon energy region 398–403 eV, 1s⟶2p autoionizing resonance states dominated the cross section spectrum.^{[1]}In the photon energy region 398 eV - 403 eV, 1s⟶2p autoionizing resonance states dominated the cross section spectrum.

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## Two Resonance States

With the help of the real scaling method, we found two resonance states with masses of 4023 MeV and 4042 MeV for cc̄sū system.^{[1]}Two resonance states: the ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Xi}}}^{*}{\overline{K}}^{*}$ with $I{J}^{P}=0{\frac{3}{2}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$ ($M=2328$--$2374\phantom{\rule{0.

^{[2]}Two resonance states for the reaction 113In(p,3H) 111 m In were identified at 11.

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## Different Resonance States

Three perspectives of the nonlinear resonance phenomena are investigated to detect and monitor the fatigue crack growth: (1) time-history dependence, which evolves different resonance states depending on the loading history; (2) amplitude dependence, which renders significantly different nonlinear responses under various levels of excitation amplitudes; (3) breakage of superposition, which effectively distinguishes nonlinear resonant responses from the linear counterparts.^{[1]}We find that the effect from a single nonmagnetic impurity scattering on the SC-state with the conventional s-wave, the extended s-wave, and the $$d_{x^2 -y^2}$$dx2-y2-wave symmetries may induce qualitatively different resonance states.

^{[2]}The co-doping not only results in the formation of two different resonance states and a reduced valence band offset, as in the case of previously reported co-doped SnTe, but also leads to opening of the band gap, which otherwise was closed in the case of Bi and In doped SnTe configurations, leading to suppression of bipolar diffusion.

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## Autoionizing Resonance States

In the photon energy region 398–403 eV, 1s⟶2p autoionizing resonance states dominated the cross section spectrum.^{[1]}In the photon energy region 398 eV - 403 eV, 1s⟶2p autoionizing resonance states dominated the cross section spectrum.

^{[2]}In the photon energy region 22 - 32 eV the spectrum is dominated by excitation autoionizing resonance states.

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## Discrete Resonance States

In contrast to a conventional symmetric Lorentzian resonance, Fano resonance is predominantly used to describe asymmetric-shaped resonances, which arise from the constructive and destructive interference of discrete resonance states with broadband continuum states.^{[1]}It arises from the interference of discrete resonance states with broadband continuum states.

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## Lived Resonance States

Consequently, these dianions possess only short-lived resonance states, and here we study these states using regularized analytic continuation as well as complex absorbing potentials combined with a wide a variety of quantum chemistry methods including CCSD(T), SACCI, EOM-CCSD, CASPT2, and NEVPT2.^{[1]}This is visible for sufficiently long-lived resonance states at scales smaller than the classical structures.

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## Possible Resonance States

The calculations show that there are several possible resonance states, $\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Sigma}}\ensuremath{\pi}$ and $N\overline{K}$ state with $I{J}^{P}=0{\frac{1}{2}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$, ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Sigma}}}^{*}\ensuremath{\pi}$ with $I{J}^{P}=0{\frac{3}{2}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$, ${\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Sigma}}}^{*}\ensuremath{\rho}$ with $I{J}^{P}=0{\frac{5}{2}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$, $\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Delta}}\overline{K}$ with $I{J}^{P}=1{\frac{3}{2}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$, and $\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Delta}}{\overline{K}}^{*}$ with $I{J}^{P}=1{\frac{5}{2}}^{\ensuremath{-}}$.^{[1]}By the Breit–Wigner or TDM analysis of the eigenphase sum produced as a function of the projectile energy one can also get information on the location of possible resonance states arising in the collision process.

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## Narrow Resonance States

Possible tightly bound and narrow resonance states are obtained for doubly-charm and doubly-bottom tetraquarks with $IJ^P=01^+$, and these exotic states are also obtained in charm-bottom tetraquarks with $00^+$ and $01^+$ quantum numbers.^{[1]}Subsequently, such narrow resonance states were found.

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## Lowest Resonance States

ABSTRACT The absorption and luminescence excitation spectra of gas phase mixtures of alkali metals atoms A (A = K, Rb, Cs) with carbon tetrafluoride molecules CF4 are studied in the region of transitions from the ground state A(2S1/2) to the lowest resonance states A(2P1/2, 3/2).^{[1]}We present relativistic distorted-wave results for the excitation of the lowest resonance states of krypton gas in which the free incident electron is distorted by a complex potential consisting of electrostatic, exchange, polarization and absorption terms.

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## Quantum Resonance States

Here, we report a bottom-up synthesis of covalently linked organic quantum corrals (OQCs) with atomic precision to induce the formation of topology-controlled quantum resonance states, arising from a collective interference of scattered electron waves inside the quantum nanocavities.^{[1]}Here, we report a bottom-up synthesis of covalently linked organic quantum corrals (OQCs) with atomic precision to induce the formation of topology-controlled quantum resonance states, arising from a collective interference of scattered electron waves inside the quantum nanocavities.

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## resonance states induced

We study the spin-polarized spectral properties of Yu-Shiba-Rusinov resonance states induced by magnetic impurities in 2- and 3-dimensional nematic superconductors: few layer Bi_{2}Te

_{3}grown on FeTe

_{0.}

^{[1]}Our results based on T-matrix approximation reveal that for $$s^{++}$$s++-wave pairing, there are no intra-gap resonance states induced by a nonmagnetic impurity irrespective of the inter-band impurity scattering strength.

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## resonance states dominated

In the photon energy region 398–403 eV, 1s⟶2p autoionizing resonance states dominated the cross section spectrum.^{[1]}In the photon energy region 398 eV - 403 eV, 1s⟶2p autoionizing resonance states dominated the cross section spectrum.

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