- Part I. Asymmetric stationary points in a helium effective potential
- Calculation of all asymmetric stationary points in the effective potential
- Summary of the computation of all asymmetric stationary points
- Choice of a proper stationary point
- The stationary point, frequencies, and normal-mode coordinates as functions of nuclear charge and mass of the first electron
- Plot of the effective potential for different lambda and mass m1
- Tables
- Asymmetric stationary points, frequencies, and transformation to normal modes for helium potentials
- Behavior of stationary points for helium potentials in the vicinity of the symmetry-breaking point
- Transformation to normal modes for helium potentials using prolate spheroidal coordinates
- Stationary points for helium effective potential, with increased mass of the first electron
- Transformation to normal modes for helium potential using prolate spheroidal coordinates, with variable mass of the first electron
- Part II
- Part III
- Exact expansion around the asymmetric stationary point
- Details of computations
- Large-n1 limit of the dimensional perturbation theory
- Tables
- Summation of the shifted 1/(D+a)-series for the "frozen planetary" (6, 0, 0) state of helium using different shift parameters a
- Summation of the large-D series for (n, 0, 0) states of helium
- FORTRAN program for calculation of the large-D expansion for "frozen planetary" states of two-electron atoms
- Summation of the large-D series for (3,0,1) and (6,1,0) states of helium and (n, 0, 0) states of the positive ion of lithium
- Accuracy zero-order test: comparison of exact equilibrium distances and frequencies obtained by Mathematica with that obtained by complex*32 FORTRAN
- Coefficients of the 1/D expansion of the energy for the ground state of He: comparison of complex*32-results with the results of D. Goodson (J. Chem. Phys. 1992, 97, 8481)
- Accuracy test for asymmetric state (6,0,0): comparison of the 1/(D+11)-expansion coefficients calculated directly with that obtained by re-expansion of the 1/D-series
- Figures that were not embedded in the text
- Dependence of the energy (real part) on 1/D for helium asymmetric states
- Real part of the energy in the larger scale
- Dependence of the width on 1/D for helium asymmetric states
- Poles of PA for the function Sqrt(-E'(delta'))
- Energy as a function of the variable n1/D
- D-dependence of the energy for Li+ ion
- D-dependence of the width for Li+ ion
- Poles of PA for the energy function of (600) state
- Poles of PA for the Borel function of (600) state
- Poles of PA for the Borel function of (000) state

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