Meuwly, M. and Hutson, J.M. (1999) 'The potential energy surface and near-dissociation states of He-H+2.', Journal of chemical physics., 110 (7). pp. 3418-3427.
The potential energy surface for the ground state of He-H+2 is calculated using ab initio QCISD(T) calculations and a correlation-consistent basis set. The geometries chosen include all combinations of 21 intermolecular distances R, three H-H distances r, and seven Jacobi angles θ. The final potential is fitted to a functional form that incorporates the correct long-range behavior. Close-coupling calculations of both low-lying and near-dissociation vibration-rotation states are carried out. The results are expected to be of assistance in assigning the microwave spectra of He-H+2 in near-dissociation states [Carrington et al., Chem. Phys. Lett. 260, 395 (1996)].
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|Date accepted:||28 October 1998|
|Date deposited:||19 August 2015|
|Date of first online publication:||February 1999|
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