Nonadiabatic corrections to rovibrational levels of H2.

Abstract

The leading nonadiabatic corrections to rovibrational levels of a diatomic molecule are expressed in terms of three functions of internuclear distance: corrections to the adiabatic potential, the effective nuclear mass, and the effective moment of inertia. The resulting radial Schrodinger equation for nuclear motion is solved numerically yielding accurate… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.3114680

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