Brahim Oujia

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In this work, molecular geometries and fundamental vibrational frequencies of 2-furanacetic acid (2FAA) and its hydrogen bonded dimer were investigated using DFT/B3LYP method with 6-311++G(d,p) as basis set. The FT-infrared and FT-Raman spectra of the 2FAA compound were recorded in the region 4000-400 cm(-1). The theoretical wavenumbers were scaled and(More)
For all states dissociating below the ionic limit Li(-) Rb(+) , we perform a diabatic study for (1) Σ(+) electronic states dissociating into Rb (5s, 5p, 4d, 6s, 6p, 5d, 7s, 4f) + Li (2s, 2p, 3s). Furthermore, we present the diabatic results for the 1-11 (3) σ, 1-8 (1,3) Π, and 1-4 (1,3) Δ states. The present calculations on the RbLi molecule are(More)
In this work, adiabatic potential energy curves, spectroscopic constants, dipole moments, and vibrational levels for numerous electronic states of magnesium hydride molecular ion (MgH(+)) are computed. These properties are determined by the use of an ab initio method involving a nonempirical pseudopotential for the magnesium core (Mg), the core polarization(More)
The diabatic and adiabatic potential-energy curves and permanent and transition dipole moments of the highly excited states of the CaH(+) molecular ion have been computed as a function of the internuclear distance R for a large and dense grid varying from 2.5 to 240 au. The adiabatic results are determined by an ab initio approach involving a nonempirical(More)
Polarized IR spectra of the hydrogen bond in 2-thiophenic acid crystals, isotopically neat and of mixed H/D isotopic content, are measured at 298 and 77 K in the "residual" nuO-H and nuO-D band frequency ranges. This crystalline system provides spectra in these band frequency ranges that differ considerably in intensity distribution from the spectra of(More)
An extended quantum theoretical approach of the nu(X-H) IR lineshape of cyclic dimers of weakly H-bonded species is proposed. We have extended a previous approach [M.E.-A. Benmalti, P. Blaise, H.T. Flakus, O. Henri-Rousseau, Chem. Phys. 320 (2006) 267] by accounting for the anharmonicity of the slow mode which is described by a "Morse" potential in order to(More)
An adiabatic study of 1-34 (1,3)Σ(+) electronic states of barium hydride ion (BaH(+)) is presented for all states dissociating below the ionic limit Ba(2+)H(-). The 1-20 (1,3)Π and 1-12 (1,3)Δ states have been also investigated. In our approach, the valence electrons of the Ba(2+) ion described by an effective core potential (ECP) and core polarization(More)
The structures and relative stabilities of mixed Ba(2+)Xe(n) (n = 1-39, 54) clusters have been theoretically studied using basin-hopping global optimization. Analytical potential energy surfaces were constructed from ab initio or experimental data, assuming either purely additive interactions or including many-body polarization effects and the mutual(More)
The solvation of the Na(+) ion in helium clusters has been studied theoretically using optimization methods. A many-body empirical potential was developed to account for Na(+)-He and polarization interactions, and the most stable structures of Na(+)He(n) clusters were determined using the basin-hopping method. Vibrational delocalization was accounted for(More)
The potential energy curves, vibrational energy levels, spectroscopic constants, and dipole moment curves for the ground and excited states of BaXe and its ion Ba(+)Xe molecules are calculated with an ab initio method using pseudopotential techniques and core polarization potentials. The molecules are treated as two (BaXe) or one (Ba(+)Xe) active electrons(More)