Interatomic potentials, electric properties and spectroscopy of the ground and excited states of the Rb2 molecule: ab initio calculations and effect of a non-resonant field*

@article{Tomza2013InteratomicPE,
  title={Interatomic potentials, electric properties and spectroscopy of the ground and excited states of the Rb2 molecule: ab initio calculations and effect of a non-resonant field*},
  author={Michał Tomza and Wojciech Skomorowski and Monika Musiał and Rosario Gonz'alez-F'erez and Christiane P. Koch and Robert Moszynski},
  journal={Molecular Physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={111},
  pages={1781 - 1797}
}
We formulate the theory for a diatomic molecule in a spatially degenerate electronic state interacting with a non-resonant laser field and investigate its rovibrational structure in the presence of the field. We report on ab initio calculations employing the double electron attachment intermediate Hamiltonian Fock space coupled cluster method restricted to single and double excitations for all electronic states of the Rb2 molecule up to 5s+5d dissociation limit of about 26,000 cm−1. In order to… 
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