Non-adiabatic mass-correction functions and rovibrational states of 4 He 2 + (X 2 Σ u +)

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Abstract

The mass-correction functions in the second-order non-adiabatic Hamiltonian are computed for the 4He2+ molecular ion using the variational method, floating explicitly correlated Gaussian functions, and a general coordinate-transformation formalism. When non-adiabatic rovibrational energy levels are computed using these (coordinate-dependent) mass-correction functions and a highly accurate potential energy and diagonal Born-Oppenheimer correction curve, significantly improved theoretical results are obtained for the nine rotational and two rovibrational intervals known from high-resolution spectroscopy experiments.

Original languageEnglish
Article number194112
JournalJournal of Chemical Physics
Volume149
Issue number19
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 21 2018

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Hamiltonians
coordinate transformations
Potential energy
molecular ions
Electron energy levels
floating
energy levels
potential energy
Spectroscopy
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intervals
high resolution
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spectroscopy
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Non-adiabatic mass-correction functions and rovibrational states of 4 He 2 + (X 2 Σ u +). / Mat́yus, E.

In: Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 149, No. 19, 194112, 21.11.2018.

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