ARSENY: A program for computing inelastic transitions via hidden crossings in one-electron atomic ion–ion collisions with classical description of nuclear motion
The ARSENY program is intended to compute cross-sections of inelastic transitions via hidden crossings upon slow one-electron atomic ion–ion collisions using the approximation of classical description of nuclear motion in the collision energy region E < 20 KeV/nucleon. Particular attention is paid to the calculation of the analytical properties of adiabatic potential energy curves of the two-center Coulomb problem for complex values of the internuclear distance. Complex branch points and hidden crossings are calculated and their significance for the dynamics of one-electron collisional systems is revealed. Benchmark calculations of cross sections for charge exchange, excitation, and ionization in slow He2++H(1s) collisions are presented and compared with experimental data.