Dissociation energies and potential energy functions for the ground X (1)Σ(+) and "avoided-crossing" A (1)Σ(+) states of NaH.

@article{Walji2015DissociationEA,
  title={Dissociation energies and potential energy functions for the ground X (1)Σ(+) and "avoided-crossing" A (1)Σ(+) states of NaH.},
  author={S. Walji and Katherine M Sentjens and R. L. Le Roy},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={142 4},
  pages={
          044305
        }
}
A direct-potential-fit analysis of all accessible data for the A (1)Σ(+) - X (1)Σ(+) system of NaH and NaD is used to determine analytic potential energy functions incorporating the correct theoretically predicted long-range behaviour. These potentials represent all of the data (on average) within the experimental uncertainties and yield an improved estimate for the ground-state NaH well depth of 𝔇e = 15797.4 (±4.3) cm(-1), which is ∼20 cm(-1) smaller than the best previous estimate. The… Expand
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