Diamagnetic Diatomic Molecules. Part 1 by W. Hüttner (auth.), W. Hüttner (eds.)

By W. Hüttner (auth.), W. Hüttner (eds.)

Volume II/29 "Molecular Constants generally from Microwave, Molecular Beam, and Sub-Doppler Laser Spectroscopy" is deliberate to seem as a chain A1, A2, B, C and D1, D2, D3 for the diamagnetic, and E for the paramagnetic linear and polyatomic species, respectively.

Like within the previous volumes II/24 and II/19, that have seemed within the years round 1999 and 1992, respectively, the diamagnetic elements are prepared within the demeanour instructed by means of Hill ("Hill's system", 1900), that means a virtually strict alphabetical order. The ionic species are integrated within the alphabetical association of the impartial ones in each one table.

The details is grouped another way compared to the former volumes. All suitable homes of a molecule and the corresponding parameters are available centred lower than its sum formulation in quantity II/29. This diminishes the necessity of turning pages simply because rotational and comparable constants, dipole moments, boundaries to inner rotation, hyperfine coupling parameters, or Zeeman facts have been hitherto indexed in numerous tables.

The current subvolume II/29A1 comprises information for diatomic diamagnetic molecules.

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95422(67) from the literature) [96Ram, 93Whi]. 961778(97) from the literature) [96Ram, 93Whi]. c) Relative to a 3П. 03Tao laser fluorescence excitation 03Tao laser fluorescence excitation Tao et al. [03Tao] have also measured and calculated excited-state decay life times for several rovibrational levels of the b 3llΣ‾ state, and have carried out ab-initio calculations to obtain potential energy curves for the X 1Σ+, 2 1Σ+, a 3П, 1 3Σ+, 2 3Σ+, and b 3Σ‾ states of AlH. : J. Chem. Phys. 97 (1992) 883–893.

387 × 10−2 (pm)−1, re = 324 pm. 22, De = 323, re = 351(3) pm, + + re′ − re′′ = −80(1) pm (difference of the positions of the A0 and X0 potential minimum a). 461 × 10−2 (pm)−1, re = 324(2) pm. 718 × 106 cm−1 (pm)6, r in units of pm. 0. a) In his review article Koperski [l] has given parameters which sometimes vary slightly from those of the original literature. These revised values are listed here if applicable. : Spectrochim. Acta A 56 (2000) 1613–1626. : Phys. Rep. 369 (2002) 177–326. : J. Mol.

Chem. Phys. 104 (1996) 7860. : Phys. Rep. 369 (2002) 177–326. : 146021-90-1 In ∙ Ar radical See subvolume II/29E. : Determining repulsive potentials of InAr from oscillatory bound-continuum emission, J. Chem. Phys. 98 (1993) 140. : 12446-47-8 K ∙ Ar radical See also: 14-38; see subvolume II/29E. : Laser-spectroscopic investigation of higher excited electronic states of the KAr molecule, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 193 (1999) 260–272. : High-resolution laser spectroscopy of the potassiumargon molecule: The B2Σ+ state, J.

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