The physics of the formation of dynamic nonlinear resonances in an isolated Rydberg collisional complex is described. The development of the stochastic instability of Rydberg electron trajectories due to charge exchange in the complex is considered. The realization of the resonance in external statistic magnetic and electric fields is predicted to be accompanied by a significant narrowing of areas of stochastic motion with a concurrent decrease in the rates of the ionization of real quasimolecular systems proceeding through the migration over the Rydberg crowding of quantum states.
Zakharov, M. Y., Bezuglov, N. N., Klyucharev, A. N., Matveev, A. A., Beterov, I. I., & Dulieu, O. (2011). Specifics of the Stochastic Ionization of a Rydberg Collision Complex with Förster Resonance. Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 5(4), 537-545. https://doi.org/10.1134/S1990793111040117