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"On September 10, 2008, greater than one hundred twenty five buddies, colleagues ... to affix Professor Alex Dalgarno in celebrating his eightieth birthday ... A symposium highlighting Dalgarno's many clinical contributions ..."--Preface.
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8) implies that the contribution from state |p is magniﬁed when hν ≈ Ep − E0 . The higher excited states of an atom are Rydberg states whose energies are close to each other; thus if hν is near Ep − E0 it is also near several other excitation energies and terms to at least the p’th must be included in a direct summation. The spatial extent of a state increases with its energy. If hν ≈ Ep − E0 the function |χ(−ν) must take account of the state |p . A ﬁnite diﬀerence method to ﬁnd |χ(−ν) when applied over a range of radial coordinate that is not large enough to ‘contain’ |p and its neighbours eﬀectively truncates the sum in Eq.