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In the case of Helle the atomic contributions add up to zero, of course). At around the same time Lacey and Byers Brown 19s~ considered also exchange and penetration contributions (in first order of perturbation theory) in addition to dispersion. 0%. Since the collision induced absorption is largely due to complexes with intermolecular distances close to the scattering diameter O"196~, it is interesting to compare the values of the exchange dipole and the dispersion dipole at R = ~, (although the long range approximations which lead to the dispersion values are subject to serious doubt at such a short distance).
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Van der Waals Systems by Friedrich L. Boschke