A method based on a nonlinear generalized Heisenberg algebra to study the molecular vibrational spectrum
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We propose a method, based on a generalized Heisenberg algebra (GHA), to reproduce the anharmonic spectrum of diatomic molecules. The theoretical spectrum generated by GHA allows us to fit the experimental data and to obtain the dissociation energy for the carbon monoxide molecule. Our outcomes are more accurate than the standard models used to study molecular vibrations, namely the Morse and the q-oscillator models and comparable to the perturbed Morse model proposed by Huffaker [CITE], for the first experimental levels. The dissociation energy obtained here is more accurate than all previous models.
PACS.33.20.Tp Vibrational analysis 02.20.Uw Quantum groups 03.65.Fd Algebraic methods 32.30.Bv Radio-frequency, microwave, and infrared spectra
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