Supporting Information for a superconvergent representation of the GerstenNitzan and FordWeber nonradiative rates * Fluorescence * Quenching * quantum dots * metal
nanoparticles
Supporting Information for my article
A superconvergent representation of the GerstenNitzan
and FordWeber nonradiative rates
 Fortran F77 code gn.f
used to derive the data sets for Figures of my article
[1].
 Converged data Rnrl612r10l500R.dat
obtained with l_max=500 to derive the relative data sets for Fig. 2 of my article
[1].
 Converged data
Cnrl340r100l500f.dat
obtained with l_max=500
to derive the relative data sets for Fig. 3 of my article
[1].

A data set
Coefasmp.txt
to compare the respective analytic terms on the left hand sides of eqs 5557
with their shortdistance asymptotic given by the right hand sides of eqs 5557 of my article
[1].
 The Origin project Convr10l612.OPJ
for Fig. 2 of my article [1].
 The Origin project Convr100l340.OPJ
for Fig. 3 of my article [1].
 The Origin project gnnrra10l612.OPJ
for Fig. 4 of my article [1].
 The Origin project gnnrrd1l612.OPJ
for Fig. 5 of my article [1].
 The Origin project GNnrl340.OPJ
for Fig. 6 of my article [1].
If you wonder that there is a rather strong deviation from the flatsurface d**(3) asymptotic, note that the astronauts
flying on a low orbit at the height of cca 200 km (or cca 3% of the Earth radius) above the Earth surface do not see either a flat Earth surface
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