Magneto-infrared spectra of matrix-isolated NiH and NiH[sub 2] molecules and theoretical

Li, S.; Van Lee, R. J.
February 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;2/8/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 6, p2055
Academic Journal
Discusses observations of two vibronic transitions for nickel hydride in solid argon and krypton. Ground state vibrational frequency in neon, argon and krypton matrices; Implication that the molecule is strongly bent in its ground electronic state; Agreement of the calculated structural and vibrational properties of the singlet state with the observations.


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