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Energy partitioning and assignment of excited states in the ultraviolet photolysis of HI and DI
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18.The available energy, equal to the photon energy plus rotational and zero‐point energy, is used to calculate V(r). The zero‐point energies (see Ref. 5) for HI and DI are, respectively, and Although we used Ogilvie’s ground state wavefunctions, we use the most probable rotational energy for HI () for both HI and DI (again see Ref. 5). Ideally, the contribution of each level should be summed in the fit, but the quality of the data does not justify this sophistication.
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