Lorenzo Lodi

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New line lists for isotopically substituted water are presented. Most line positions were calculated from experimentally determined energy levels, while all line intensities were computed using an ab initio dipole moment surface. Transitions for which experimental energy levels are unavailable use calculated line positions. These line lists cover the range(More)
Given the large energy required for its electronic excitation, the most important properties of the water molecule are governed by its ground potential energy surface (PES). Novel experiments are now able to probe this surface over a very extended energy range, requiring new theoretical procedures for their interpretation. As part of this study, a new,(More)
A joint experimental and first-principles quantum chemical study of the vibration-rotation states of the water molecule up to its first dissociation limit is presented. Triple-resonance, quantum state-selective spectroscopy is used to probe the entire ladder of water's stretching vibrations up to 19 quanta of OH stretch, the last stretching state below(More)
Triple-resona nce vibra tional spectroscopy is used to determine the lowest dissociation energy, D 0 , for the water isotopologue HD 16 O as 41 239.7 ± 0.2 cm À1 and to improve D 0 for H 2 16 O to 41 145.92 ± 0.12 cm À1. Ab initio calculations including systematic basis set and electron correlation convergence studies, relativ-istic and Lamb shift effe cts(More)
Quantum beat spectroscopy is combined with triple-resonance vibrational overtone excitation to measure the Stark coefficients (SCs) of the water molecule for 28 rovibrational levels lying from 27,600 to 41,000 cm(-1). These data provide a stringent test for assessing the accuracy of the available potential energy surfaces (PESs) and dipole moment surfaces(More)
The molecular ion H(3)(+) is the simplest polyatomic and poly-electronic molecular system, and its spectrum constitutes an important benchmark for which precise answers can be obtained ab initio from the equations of quantum mechanics. Significant progress in the computation of the ro-vibrational spectrum of H(3)(+) is discussed. A new, global potential(More)
A highly accurate, global dipole moment surface (DMS) is calculated for the water molecule using ab initio quantum chemistry methods. The new surface is named LTP2011 and is based on all-electron, internally contracted multireference configuration interaction, including size-extensivity corrections in the aug-cc-pCV6Z basis set. Dipoles are computed as(More)
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A valence-only (V) dipole moment surface (DMS) has been computed for water at the internally contracted multireference configuration interaction level using the extended atom-centered correlation-consistent Gaussian basis set aug-cc-pV6Z. Small corrections to these dipole values, resulting from core correlation (C) and relativistic (R) effects, have also(More)