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50) shows that the geometric phase, for a cycle of constant radius, r, is given by gC ¼ Àð1 À cos yðrÞÞp ð74Þ It reverts to the unspin–orbit modified value, gC ¼ Àp, for paths such that kr ) Á, but vanishes as r ! 0: ^ Reverting to the vibronic structure, the operator ^| again commutes with H, and the analogue of the lower adiabatic eigenstate of ^| in Eq. (66) becomes 1 jujÀ ðr; fÞi ¼ pﬃﬃﬃ 2 Àsin y2 eið jÀ1=2Þf cos ! y ið jþ1=2Þf 2e 1 3 5 j ¼ ; ; ... 2 2 2 ð75Þ where the r dependence of jujÀ ðr; fÞi comes from that of yðrÞ: There is also an equivalent complex conjugate eigenstate of the complex conjugate Hamiltonian to that in Eq.
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