Refined calculation of the magnetic susceptibility and polarizability of the BH molecule in different vibrational levels of the ground electronic state
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Refined calculations of the dependence of the components of the magnetic susceptibility and polarizability of the BH molecule in the electronic ground state on the vibrational quantum number have been carried out. It has been found that, as the vibrational quantum number increases from v=0 to v=17, the transverse magnetic susceptibility averaged over the molecular vibrations increases by a factor of 7.1, while the longitudinal polarizability increases by a factor of 2.2. The results obtained confirm the sharp increase in the anomalous paramagnetic susceptibility of the BH molecule upon excitation of the vibrational levels of its ground electronic state predicted in the preceding work of the authors.
KeywordsMagnetic Susceptibility Electronic State Quantum Number Sharp Increase Number Increase
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