Rotational structure of weakly bound molecular ions

M. Lemeshko, B. Frierich, Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences 1 (2009) 41–47.


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Relying on the quantization rule of Raab and Friedrich [Phys. Rev. A (2009) in press], we derive simple and accurate formulae for the number of rotational states supported by a weakly bound vibrational level of a diatomic molecular ion. We also provide analytic estimates of the rotational constants of any such levels up to threshold for dissociation and obtain a criterion for determining whether a given weakly bound vibrational level is rotationless. The results depend solely on the long-range part of the molecular potential.
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2009-10-10
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Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences
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Lemeshko M, Frierich B. Rotational structure of weakly bound molecular ions. Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences. 2009;1(1):41-47. doi:10.4208/jams.101009.110209a
Lemeshko, M., & Frierich, B. (2009). Rotational structure of weakly bound molecular ions. Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, 1(1), 41–47. https://doi.org/10.4208/jams.101009.110209a
Lemeshko, Mikhail, and Bretislav Frierich. “Rotational Structure of Weakly Bound Molecular Ions.” Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences 1, no. 1 (2009): 41–47. https://doi.org/10.4208/jams.101009.110209a.
M. Lemeshko and B. Frierich, “Rotational structure of weakly bound molecular ions,” Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 41–47, 2009.
Lemeshko M, Frierich B. 2009. Rotational structure of weakly bound molecular ions. Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences. 1(1), 41–47.
Lemeshko, Mikhail, and Bretislav Frierich. “Rotational Structure of Weakly Bound Molecular Ions.” Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, vol. 1, no. 1, Global Science Press, 2009, pp. 41–47, doi:10.4208/jams.101009.110209a.

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