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THE JAIN-TELLER EFFECT: EXPERIMENT AND THEORY

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Title: THE JAIN-TELLER EFFECT: EXPERIMENT AND THEORY
Creators: Sears, T.; Bondybey, V. E.; Miller, Terry A.
Issue Date: 1980
Abstract: Laser induced fluorescence studied of several symmetrical halobenzene radical cations with electronically degenerate ground states have done much to characterize their vibronic structure. It has been found that single-mode, linear-coupling Jahn-Teller theory is inadequate to account for the above observations. To obtain agreement with experiment it is necessary to take into account several modes simultaneously leading to matrices of order $\sim 10^{3}$. Quadriatic coupling effects are found to be small but not negligible. Good agreement is ultimately obtained between theory and experiment for both line positions and intensities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/11155
Other Identifiers: 1980-FC-1
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