Calculation of the Radiative Parameters for the (2)2Σ+–X2Σ+ Electronic Transition of NaK+ and NaCs+ Molecular Ions View Full Text


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2019-03

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A. D. Smirnov

ABSTRACT

Einstein spontaneous radiation coefficients, absorption oscillator strengths, Franck–Condon factors, wavenumbers of vibronic transitions in (2)2Σ+–X2Σ+ band systems of NaK+ (0 ≤ v′ ≤ 14, 0 ≤ v′′ ≤ 100) and NaCs+ molecular ions (0 ≤ v′ < 14, 0 ≤ v′′ ≤ 69), and excited electronic-state radiative lifetimes are calculated using Hulburt–Hirschfelder potential curves for ground and excited electronic states that were constructed using published ab initio calculations. Vibrational energies and the corresponding wave functions necessary to calculate radiative parameters were found by numerical solution of the Schrödinger equation. More... »

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27-34

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