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The Vibration Intensity Of Electronic States Of Isotopic Of Hydrogen Fluoride H1f19 And H2f19 Molecule

Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition
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Author(s)
Dhia Hamdi Al-Amiedy
Keywords
electronic transition, excited states, ground state, vibration spectrum.
Abstract
A calculation has been carried out for the calculation of some of the spectroscopic properties of isotopes of Hydrogen fluoride H1F19 and H2F19 molecules such as, the population of the vibration spectrum of electronic transition of ground state X, and excited states B as a function temperature ranging from 0 to 1000 K. This study shows that the populations and hence the intensity of the molecule decreased exponentially as the temperature increased. It was found that the population of the vibration spectrum of electronic transition of ground state X, greater than that of the excited states B
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