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An interpretation of the anomalous vibronic structure in the far-UV spectrum of CO
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FIG. 1.

Adiabatic (full lines) and diabatic (dashed lines) PECs of the interacting E and states.

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FIG. 2.

adiabatic TMs of the excitation. Kirby and Cooper (Ref. 8 ) (dotted lines); present work (full lines); Chantranupong (Ref. 9 ) (dashed lines).

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FIG. 3.

Adjusted E and diabatic curves (full lines). The vibrational levels of these states are drawn in the figure. diabatic-like valence state (dashed line).

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FIG. 4.

Computed nuclear wave functions resulting from a mixture of 60% and 40% . In dashed lines the vibrational wave function of .

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FIG. 5.

Calculated and diabatic–like TMs (see text). The vertical dotted lines between 1.80 and 2.35 a.u. delimit the Franck–Condon region for transitions from (see Fig. 4 ).


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Table I.

Observed and calculated vibronic levels of . stand for the transition energies, for the rotational constants, for the oscillator strengths and for the isotopic shifts in transition energies of with respect to .

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Table II.

Parameters (in ) for the adjusted diabatic PEC of the Rydberg state.

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Table III.

Predicted levels of . See heading of Table I for the definition of quantities.


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Scitation: An interpretation of the anomalous Π1 vibronic structure in the far-UV spectrum of CO