Theoretical study of the potential energy surface and the highly excited rovibrational spectroscopy of H2S molecule
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This note reports the potential energy surface of H2S that has been refined by using SCF-CI approach and the high-resolution experimental data. The calculated splitting values of the local mode vibration states pair close to observed values. This vibration state calculation has shown that there are no obvious non-Born Oppenheimer effects occurring in the lower vibration states of the system.
Keywordspotential energy surface local mode vibration state non-Born Oppenheimer effect
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