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Quantum fidelity susceptibility in excited state quantum phase transitions: application to the bending spectra of nonrigid molecules
by J. Khalouf-Rivera, M. Carvajal, F. Pérez-Bernal
|As Contributors:||Miguel Carvajal · Jamil Khalouf-Rivera · Francisco Perez-Bernal|
|Date submitted:||2021-10-05 17:38|
|Submitted by:||Perez-Bernal, Francisco|
|Submitted to:||SciPost Physics|
We characterize excited state quantum phase transitions in the two dimensional limit of the vibron model with the quantum fidelity susceptibility, comparing the obtained results with the information provided by the participation ratio. As an application, we locate the eigenstate closest to the barrier to linearity and determine the linear or bent character of the different overtones for particular bending modes of six molecular species. We perform a fit and use the optimized eigenvalues and eigenstates in three cases and make use of recently published results for the other three cases.
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- We have replaced "the first-order Casimir" with "the first-order Casimir or invariant operator."
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- Page 7. Second paragraph of Sect. 3. We have replaced "It therefore allows to assign excited states" with "It therefore allows us to assign excited states."
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