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2010-09-15
2016-12-05

Abstract

The adiabatic ionizationenergy [in units of , and the dissociation energy of HD have been determined using a hybrid experimental-theoretical method. Experimentally, the wave numbers of the and transitions to singlet Rydberg states were measured by laser spectroscopy and used to validate predictions of the electron binding energies by multichannel quantum defect theory. Adding the transition energies, the electron binding energies and previously reported term energies of the state led to a determination of the adiabatic ionizationenergy of HD and of rovibrational energy spacings in . Combining these measurements with highly accurate theoretical values of the ionizationenergies of the one-electron systems H, D, and further enabled a new determination of the dissociation energy of HD.

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