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Closely related to the total cross section, the opacity function gives us the probability, Pr (b), of a collision to be reactive at a given impact parameter, b. On the ground state PES, the title reaction proceeds without a barrier, being the reaction defined by the capture probability. As a consequence, the opacity function computed using the QCT method on the BR PES at different collision energies presents a similar form. 2 Å, vanishing quickly for larger impact parameters . Rackham et al.
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