Some Aspects of the Scattering Problem for a System of Three Charged Particles
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The question of influence of the spectral neighborhood of an accumulative point of bound energies of a pair subsystem on the structure of eigenfunctions of the continuous spectrum for a system of three charged quantum particles is studied. The unified contribution of pair high-excited states are separated in the coordinate asymptotics of such functions.
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