TITLE

Ab initio configuration interaction study of excited states of LiNa3 and Li2Na2 clusters: Interpretation of absorption spectra

AUTHOR(S)
Bonacˇic-Koutecký, V.; Gaus, J.; Guest, M. F.; Koutecký, J.
PUB. DATE
April 1992
SOURCE
Journal of Chemical Physics;4/1/1992, Vol. 96 Issue 7, p4934
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The ab initio configuration-interaction (CI) study of excited states of mixed alkali metal tetramers LiNa3 and Li2Na2 accounts for spectroscopic patterns obtained from the depletion spectra of neutral species, reproduces observed excitation energies and intensities for allowed transitions, and permits an assignment of cluster structures. For both mixed tetramers, the rhombic forms with a Li atom or atoms on the short diagonal are the most stable structures and give rise to predicted spectra in full agreement with the measured ones. The exact location of Li atoms seems to be more important in Li2Na2 than in LiNa3 since in the former case, only one isomer reproduces all features of the recorded spectrum.
ACCESSION #
7655988

 

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