Determination of the anharmonic potential of some linear molecules
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The coefficients of the anharmonic potential (a polynomial of fourth degree in the generalized coordinates) of the linear molecules CO2, HCN, and C2H2 are calculated. A simple (linear) scheme of calculation is proposed and tested. The spectra of higher orders are satisfactorily reproduced.
KeywordsC2H2 Linear Molecule Fourth Degree Anharmonic Potential
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