TITLE

Theoretical study on the ground and excited states of the chromate anion CrO2-4

AUTHOR(S)
Jitsuhiro, Shinya; Nakai, Hiromi; Hada, Masahiko; Nakatsuji, Hiroshi
PUB. DATE
July 1994
SOURCE
Journal of Chemical Physics;7/15/1994, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p1029
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The symmetry adapted cluster (SAC) and SAC-configuration interaction (SAC-CI) theories are applied to the calculations of the ground and excited states of the chromate ion CrO2-4. Electron correlations are very large for this molecule and work to relax the charge polarization of the Cr–O bonds in the ground state. The experimental spectrum of CrO2-4 is well reproduced by the present calculations, which is the first ab initio study of the excited states including electron correlations. All of the observed peaks are assigned to the dipole allowed transitions to the 1T2 excited states. Furthermore, many kinds of forbidden transitions are calculated in the lower energy region. Both allowed and forbidden transitions are characterized as the electron-transfer excitations from oxygen to metal. In comparison with the previous theoretical studies, the present SAC-CI results are in good agreement with experiment and give reliable assignments of the spectrum. We also compare the electronic structures and spectra of CrO2-4, MoO2-4, MnO-4, RuO4, and OsO4, which have been studied by the SAC and SAC-CI methods.
ACCESSION #
7639914

 

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