Measured and simulated PE spectra of the complex. Best-fit simulated envelopes were obtained with for normal ratio and with for the model ratio. .
Simulated PE spectra of the complex at optimal and artificially small values.
Decomposition of the PE spectra of the complex onto the contributions from distinct spin form, panel (a), neutral electronic states, panel (b), and neutral bound and metastable levels, panel (c).
Measured and simulated PE (top panel) and SEVI (bottom panel) spectra of the complex. Best-fit simulated PE spectral envelopes were obtained with and for normal ratio and with and for the model ratio. Best-fit simulated SEVI spectral envelopes were obtained with and for normal ratio and with and for the model ratio. Bottom panel also compares the measured PE and SEVI spectra.
Simulated PE (top panel) and SEVI (bottom panel) spectra of the complex at optimal and artificially small values.
Same as Fig. 3 but for the PE spectrum.
Comparison of the narrow spectra calculated using the TD approach (Ref. 30) (negative scale) and the present model (positive scale). The envelopes of the transitions to and neutral states are shown with separate normalization. Energy is counted from the asymptote. The inset enlarges the region of , transition marked by the box. The unpublished TD spectrum calculated with a Gaussian damping of was kindly provided by Alexander.
Comparison of the PE spectra simulated using AIM model and FC approximation for TDME’s for the , panel (a) and , panel (c) complexes. Panel (b) presents the decomposition of the FC envelope onto the contributions from distinct neutral electronic states.
Dependence of the squared TDME’s (see text for details) for three adiabatic states of the neutral on the intermolecular coordinates represented through Cartesian components , .
Angular momentum quantum numbers used throughout the paper.
Assignment of the dominant features of the PE spectrum. Indicated are the form, para or ortho, and quantum numbers , , and describing the final neutral state. If several transitions contribute to a feature, they are listed in order of ascending energy.
Assignment of the dominant features of the PE and SEVI spectra. Notations are the same as in Table II.
Article metrics loading...
Full text loading...