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Calibration-quality adiabatic potential energy surfaces for and its isotopologues
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FIG. 1.

Two-dimensional cut of the resulting PES as an illustration of a scope and density of a grid. The plot is in Jacobi coordinates for a fixed angle of 90°. Distances are in bohr with the horizontal axis giving the diatomic H-H distance and the vertical axis the distance of the H+ to diatomic center-of-mass.

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FIG. 2.

An illustration of the quality of the analytical fit of the ground-state PES: residuals for the ab initio grid points used in the fit as function of their energy above the PES minimum. The vertical line marks the dissociation energy.

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FIG. 3.

Residuals (observed minus calculated) for all observed states with J = 0, 1, 2, 3 for , H2D+, and D2H+. Calculations are performed with the GLH3P potential, the non-adiabatic model,23 and DVR3D.


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Table I.

Parameters of expansion functions: for the two three-body terms, the order of the polynomial and the resulting number of linear coefficients is given together with the numerical values of the nonlinear parameters.

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Table II.

Difference between observed11 and calculated line frequencies for higher J states of . Three lines are reassigned; for these the final column gives the obs.−calc. difference for the previous assignment, which is also given.

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Table III.

Selected calculated transition frequencies of in cm−1. Column I-rotational assignment, II-observed line center,10,12 III-calculated frequency using the model of Ref. 23, IV-observed – calculated in this model, V-observed – calculated using a nuclear mass model. Note the four reassigned lines.

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Table IV.

J = 0 vibrational band origins calculated using the hyperspherical method in full symmetry.


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Scitation: Calibration-quality adiabatic potential energy surfaces for H3+ and its isotopologues