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#### Semiclassical Modeling of the States and Spectra of Para Hellium Singlets

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1985-12)

It is commonly believed that the excited states of helium are solutions of the Schroedinger equation for helium. We show first that this is, in general, false by demonstrating that the Principal spectral series
derived ...

#### Computer Studies of the Classical Oxygen Molecule

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1980-03)

A classical, simplistic model of the molecular
dynamics of 02 is developed for interactions
which are not readily amenable to quantum
mechanical analysis. All electron-electron
interactions are included. ...

#### Energy States of Two-Electron Systems Via Bohr Determinism

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1983-01)

Correct ground, ionization, and excited states for two-electron systems are deduced deterministically by a direct extension of Bohr's method for hydrogen. The theory incorporates a classical interpretation of electron ...

#### A New Computer Approach to Atomic and Molecular Dynamics with Application to the Water Molecule

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1981-07)

A new computer oriented theory for atomic and molecular dynamics is developed. In it are incorporated modifications
of classical ideas which are motivated by modern particle theory, especially as it relates to the structure ...

#### Rapid Computation of the Energy States of Two-Electron Systems

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1985)

A new deterministic approach to modelling atoms and molecules is developed which uses static and dynamic numerical methods. The estimate for the ground state energy of [see pdf for notation] is closer to the experimental ...

#### Hydrogenic Formulas for Excited States of the Atoms Through Carbon

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1985)

One of the beautiful consequences of Bohr's simplistic theory for hydrogen was a single formula for the excited states of the atom. Since this formula can be stated in terms of the constants of the hydrogen atom, it is ...