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A molecular beam optical Stark study of the [15.8] and [16.0] (0,0) band systems of rhodium monoxide, RhO
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FIG. 1.

The predicted metal charge population for the transition metal monoxides (Ref. 7) and the Allred-Rochow electronegativities (Ref. 10).

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FIG. 2.

The low-lying energy level pattern for the state. The two lowest energy levels, which both have and are opposite in parity, constitute the lowest energy doublet of Hund’s case (a) state. The dashed lines connect all the spin components of Hund’s case (b) level.

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FIG. 3.

A representative portion of the measured and predicted high-resolution LIF spectra of the (0,0) sub-band system. Thirty ablation pulses at a given excitation wavelength were coadded for all LIF spectra. The predicted spectrum (trace B) was obtained using the final optimized parameters.

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FIG. 4.

A representative portion of the observed and predicted high-resolution LIF spectra near the congested band head regions of the and branches of the (0,0) subband system. Thirty ablation pulses at a given excitation wavelength were coadded for all LIF spectra. The predicted spectrum (trace B) was obtained using the final optimized parameters.

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FIG. 5.

The lines of the (0,0) subband: (A) recorded field-free; (B) recorded in the presence of parallel static electric field of ; (C) calculated using the final optimized parameters. The energy level pattern as a function of electric field strength and the spectral assignment is given on the right-hand side.

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FIG. 6.

The spectral features of the (0,0) subband: (A) recorded field-free; (B) recorded in the presence of parallel static electric field of ; (C) calculated using the final optimized parameters. The energy level pattern as a function of electric field strength and the spectral assignment is given on the right-hand side.

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FIG. 7.

Molecular orbital correlation diagrams for YO, ZrO, NbO, and RhO based upon the valence molecular orbital energies of Ref. 30.

Tables

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Table I.

The observed and calculated Stark shifts for the [16.0] (0,0) band of RhO. (All units in MHz except “Field” which is in V/cm.)

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Table II.

The observed and calculated Stark shifts for the [15.8] (0,0) band of RhO. All units in MHz except “Field” which is in V/cm..

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Table III.

Optimized spectroscopic parameters. Units of wave number .

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Scitation: A molecular beam optical Stark study of the [15.8] and [16.0] Π1∕22-XΣ−4 (0,0) band systems of rhodium monoxide, RhO
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/126/13/10.1063/1.2711807
10.1063/1.2711807
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