Theoretical study of the unusual potential energy curve of the A (1)Sigma(+) state of AgH
(2002) In Journal of Chemical Physics 116(19). p.83968406 Abstract
 The A (1)Sigma(+) potential energy curve of AgH is studied by means of the secondorder multistate multireference perturbation theory including the spinorbit and relativistic effects. The anomalous behavior of the vibrational energy levels observed in experiment is reproduced well by theory. An analysis of the A (1)Sigma(+) wave function shows that at the internuclear distance of 46 Angstrom, a partial electron transfer from the 5p(z) orbital of silver to the 1s orbital of hydrogen occurs. This admixture of the ioniclike [core] 4d(10)1s(H)(2) configuration occurring in A (1)Sigma(+) due to two avoided crossings, namely X (1)Sigma(+) with A (1)Sigma(+) and A (1)Sigma(+) with C (1)Sigma(+), is found to be responsible for the unusual shape... (More)
 The A (1)Sigma(+) potential energy curve of AgH is studied by means of the secondorder multistate multireference perturbation theory including the spinorbit and relativistic effects. The anomalous behavior of the vibrational energy levels observed in experiment is reproduced well by theory. An analysis of the A (1)Sigma(+) wave function shows that at the internuclear distance of 46 Angstrom, a partial electron transfer from the 5p(z) orbital of silver to the 1s orbital of hydrogen occurs. This admixture of the ioniclike [core] 4d(10)1s(H)(2) configuration occurring in A (1)Sigma(+) due to two avoided crossings, namely X (1)Sigma(+) with A (1)Sigma(+) and A (1)Sigma(+) with C (1)Sigma(+), is found to be responsible for the unusual shape of the A (1)Sigma(+) potential energy curve: the effective potential is a superposition of a Morselike covalent interaction between Ag and H, and the electrostatic ioniclike interaction between Ag+ and H. We present spectroscopic parameters, vibrational levels, and rotational constants computed for a large number of vibrational levels and observe good agreement with available experimental data. The equilibrium distance agrees within 0.01 Angstrom and the vibrational frequency within 60 cm(1) for the statespecific calculations. Larger relative discrepancy is observed for omega(e)x(e), about 30 cm(1), however the nonMorselike nature of the energy curve makes it impossible to describe the levels only with omega and omega(e)x(e), so that direct comparison is not well defined. (Less)
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 Witek, HA ; Fedorov, DG ; Hirao, K ; Viel, A and Widmark, PerOlof ^{LU}
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 2002
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 Journal of Chemical Physics
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 116
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 19
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 8396  8406
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 American Institute of Physics (AIP)
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 00219606
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 10.1063/1.1465403
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