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Core-excited shape resonance

A core-excited shape resonance than one degree of freedom where, after fragmentation, one of the fragments is in an excited state. It is sometimes very difficult to distinguish a core-excited shape resonance from a Feshbach resonance.

See also

See the definition of Feshbach resonances for more details.

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