TITLE

Elucidation of electronic structure by the analysis of hyperfine interactions: The MnH A 7Π–X 7Σ+ (0,0) band

AUTHOR(S)
Varberg, Thomas D.; Field, Robert W.; Merer, Anthony J.
PUB. DATE
August 1991
SOURCE
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/1/1991, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p1563
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We present a complete analysis of the hyperfine structure of the MnH A 7Π–X 7Σ+ (0,0) band near 5680 Å, studied with sub-Doppler resolution by intermodulated fluorescence spectroscopy. Magnetic hyperfine interactions involving both the 55Mn (I=5/2) and 1H (I=1/2) nuclear spins are observed as well as 55Mn electric quadrupole effects. The manganese Fermi contact interaction in the X 7Σ+ state is the dominant contributor to the observed hyperfine splittings; the ΔF=0, ΔN=0, ΔJ=±1 matrix elements of this interaction mix the electron spin components of the ground state quite strongly at low N, destroying the ‘‘goodness’’ of J as a quantum number and inducing rotationally forbidden, ΔJ=±2 and ±3 transitions. The hyperfine splittings of over 50 rotational transitions covering all 7 spin components of both states were analyzed and fitted by least squares, allowing the accurate determination of 14 different hyperfine parameters. Using single electronic configurations to describe the A 7Π and X 7Σ+ states and Herman–Skillman atomic radial wave functions to represent the molecular orbitals, we calculated a priori values for the 55Mn and 1H hyperfine parameters which agree closely with experiment. We show that the five high-spin coupled Mn 3d electrons do not contribute to the manganese hyperfine structure but are responsible for the observed proton magnetic dipolar couplings. Furthermore, the results suggest that the Mn 3d electrons are not significantly involved in bonding and demonstrate that the molecular hyperfine interactions may be quantitatively understood using simple physical interpretations.
ACCESSION #
7608998

 

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