A theoretical study of the excited states of CrH: Potential energies, transition moments, and lifetimes
(2004) In Journal of Chemical Physics 121(17). p.81948200 Abstract
 Ab initio calculations of lowlying electronic states of CrH are presented, including potential energies, dipole and transition dipole moment (TDM) functions, and radiative lifetimes for X (6)Sigma(+), A (6)Sigma(+), 3 (6)Sigma(+), 1 (6)Pi, 2 (6)Pi, 3 (6)Pi, and (6)Delta. Calculation of dynamic correlation effects was performed using the multistate complete active space secondorder perturbation method, based on stateaveraged complete active space selfconsistentfield reference wave functions obtained with seven active electrons in an active space of 16 molecular orbitals. A relativistic atomic natural orbitaltype basis set from the MOLCAS library was used for Cr. Good agreement is found between the current calculations and experiment... (More)
 Ab initio calculations of lowlying electronic states of CrH are presented, including potential energies, dipole and transition dipole moment (TDM) functions, and radiative lifetimes for X (6)Sigma(+), A (6)Sigma(+), 3 (6)Sigma(+), 1 (6)Pi, 2 (6)Pi, 3 (6)Pi, and (6)Delta. Calculation of dynamic correlation effects was performed using the multistate complete active space secondorder perturbation method, based on stateaveraged complete active space selfconsistentfield reference wave functions obtained with seven active electrons in an active space of 16 molecular orbitals. A relativistic atomic natural orbitaltype basis set from the MOLCAS library was used for Cr. Good agreement is found between the current calculations and experiment for the lowest two (6)Sigma(+) states, the only states for which spectroscopic data are available. Potential curves for the 3 (6)Sigma(+) and 2 (6)Pi states are complicated by avoided crossings with higher states of the same symmetry, thus resulting in doublewell structures for these two states. The measured bandhead T0=27 181 cm(1), previously assigned to a (6)Pi<X (6)Sigma(+) transition, is close to our value of T0=28 434 cm(1) for the 2 (6)Pi state. We tentatively assign the ultraviolet band found experimentally at 30 386 cm1 to the 3 (6)Pi<X (6)Sigma(+) transition for which the computed value is 29 660 cm1. The A (6)Sigma(+)<X (6)Sigma(+) TDM and A (6)Sigma(+) lifetimes are found to be in reasonable agreement with previous calculations. (C) 2004 American Institute of Physics. (Less)
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 Ghigo, Giovanni ^{LU} ; Roos, Björn ^{LU} ; Stancil, P C and Weck, P F
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 2004
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 Journal of Chemical Physics
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 121
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 17
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 8194  8200
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 American Institute of Physics
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 00219606
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 10.1063/1.1794631
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