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The coefficients aijk are linear variational parameters, and α and β are nonlinear variational coefficients that set the distance scale for the wave function. The usual strategy is to include all powers such that i + j + k Ω (a so-called Pekeris shell), where Ω is an integer. The inclusion of powers of r12 , and especially the odd powers, makes the basis set rapidly convergent as Ω increases. The basis set is provably complete in the limit Ω → ∞ [14]. For states of higher angular momentum L, the quantity YlMl L (ˆr1 , rˆ2 ) denotes a 1 2 vector-coupled product of spherical harmonics, and the basis set includes a summation over the possible integer values of l1 and l2 (with l2 constrained to be l2 = L − l1 ) such that l1 L/2.

POSSIBLE REDEFINITIONS OF THE KILOGRAM The limitations on the stability of the kilogram defined in terms of the international prototype could be eliminated if the kilogram were defined in terms of a The Quantum SI 31 fundamental constant in analogy with the definition of the meter. This definition of the meter, adopted by the 17th CGPM in 1983, is: The meter is the length of the path traveled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299 792 458 of a second. As a consequence, the velocity of light c is given by: c= 1m = 299 792 458 m/s.

Similarly, the specification of the elementary charge determines the ampere without specifically stating that fact. It is sufficient to define the Coulomb by relating it to the elementary charge, and from that current, which is charge divided by time, follows from the fact that the SI units are coherent. In fact, charge is a derived unit that is defined by specifying the value of the electron charge in coulombs. An explicit association with current is not necessary. The conclusion that can be drawn from these considerations is that the separation of units into base units and derived units is not necessary in the Quantum SI.