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Molecular Rydberg transitions. XVIII. Vibronic doubling in methyl iodide
1.S. Felps, P. Hochmann, P. Brint, and S. P. McGlynn, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 59, 355 (1976).
2.J. D. Scott, W. S. Felps, G. L. Findley, and S. P. McGlynn, J. Chem. Phys. 68, 4678 (1978).
3.Vibrational frequencies and discussions thereof are available in G. Herzberg, Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure (Vol. II), Infrared and Raman Spectra (Van Nostrand, Princeton, 1966);
3.in W. T. King, I. M. Mills, and B. Crawford, Jr., J. Chem. Phys. 27, 455 (1957); and in Ref. 1.
4.Further details will be presented in a work on the MCD spectrum of which is in preparation. For details on notation pertinent to MCD spectra, one should consult the lucid work of Stevens [P. J. Stevens, Adv. Chem. Phys. 35, 197 (1976)]. For prior work on the MCD spectrum of CH3I, one should consult Ref. 2.
5.It is assumed that the transition is forbidden In zero order. Hence, the intensity of relative to is given by the ratio of squared coefficients of zero‐order state in each of the interacted components, i.e., .
6.R. S. Mulliken, Phys. Ref. 57, 500 (1940); see also Ref. 1.
7.In where one of the totally symmetric frequencies, namely, is only the vibronic mixing, which is considerable, can not be interpreted using a matrix. The minimum matrix size, in this case, appears to be
8.See also G. Orlandi and W. Siebrand, J. Chem. Phys. 58, 4513 (1973).
9.Although the evidence is not yet totally at hand, it does appear that the intensities of in HI and are comparable relative to that of in the same two molecules. This would argue that the perturbation which allows one to proceed from HI to is not a major factor in the relaxation of spin forbiddenness.
10.W. S. Felps, J. D. Scott, and S. P. McGlynn (in preparation).
11.D. H. Parker, R. Pandolfi, P. R. Stannard, and M. A. El‐Sayed, Chem. Phys. 45, 27 (1980).
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