Study of excited electronic states of the $^{39}$KCs molecule correlated with the K($4^2$S)+Cs($5^2$D) asymptote: experiment and theory

  title={Study of excited electronic states of the \$^\{39\}\$KCs molecule correlated with the K(\$4^2\$S)+Cs(\$5^2\$D) asymptote: experiment and theory},
  author={Jacek Szczepkowski and Anna Grochoła and Wlodzimierz Jastrzebski and Pawel Kowalczyk and R Vexiau and N. Bouloufa-Maafa and Olivier Dulieu},



High-lying electronic states of the rubidium dimer-Ab initio predictions and experimental observation of the 5(1)Σu(+) and 5(1)Πu states of Rb2 by polarization labelling spectroscopy.

Treating the rather irregular progressions observed in the excitation spectra as transitions to single states with (numerous) local perturbations, spectroscopic parameters and potential energy curves are proposed to describe the investigated levels.

Spectroscopic proprieties of the ground and the higher excited states of the KCs

Potential energy curves, spectroscopic parameters, electric dipole moments (PEDM and TEDM) and vibrational levels’ spacing for 141Σ+, 133Σ+, 81,3Π, and 31,3Δ electronic states, including the ionic

Theoretical calculation of the excited states of the KCs molecule including the spin-orbit interaction.

The comparison of the present results with those available in the literature shows a very good agreement, while the other results, to the best of the authors' knowledge, are given here for the first time.

Perturbation facilitated optical–optical double resonance spectroscopy of the 2 3Σ+g, 3 3Σ+g, and 4 3Σ+g Rydberg states of 7Li2

This paper reports the experimental observation of the 2 3Σ+g, 3 3Σ+g, and 4 3Σ+g states of 7Li2 by cw perturbation facilitated optical–optical double resonance spectroscopy. Molecular constants and

B1(1)Π state of KCs: high-resolution spectroscopy and description of low-lying energy levels.

A pointwise potential energy curve (PEC) based on the inverted perturbation approach, as well as the Dunham coefficients, was obtained and compared with ab initio calculations; in particular, the energy of the PEC's minimum T(e) = 14.918(6) cm(-1) was determined.

Dynamic dipole polarizabilities of heteronuclear alkali dimers: optical response, trapping and control of ultracold molecules

Abstract In this article we address the general approach for calculating dynamical dipole polarizabilities of small quantum systems, based on a sum-over-states formula involving in principle the

Comment on “Calculation of accurate permanent dipole moments of the lowest Σ+1,3 states of heteronuclear alkali dimers using extended basis sets” [J. Chem. Phys. 122, 204302 (2005)]

A few typing errors are corrected in Tables II and III of the quoted paper. In addition, we included an exhaustive list of sets of cut-off radii used by various authors in their effective core

Modeling the adiabatic creation of ultracold polar 23Na40K molecules

In this work we model and realize stimulated Raman adiabatic passage (STIRAP) in the diatomic (NaK)-Na-23-K-40 molecule from weakly bound Feshbach molecules to the rovibronic ground state via the

Theoretical study of the electronic structure of LiCs, NaCs, and KCs molecules

The potential energy has been calculated over a wide range of internuclear distance for 28 lowest molecular states of LiCs, 32 lowest states of NaCs, and 30 lowest states of KCs molecules. This