# RYDBERG STATES CONVERGING TO HIGHER VIBRATIONALLY EXCITED STATES OF $HCO^{+}$.

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 Title: RYDBERG STATES CONVERGING TO HIGHER VIBRATIONALLY EXCITED STATES OF $HCO^{+}$. Creators: Foltynowicz, Robert J.; Rupp, Wolfgang; Hedderich, Hartmut G.; Grant, Edward R. Issue Date: 1998 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: Single rotational levels photoselected in the strongest bent $B^{2}A^{\prime}$ state of HCO serve as intermediate states in double resonance transitions to Rydberg states built on higher vibrationally excited levels of the linear $HCO^{+}$ core. Frank-Condon factors for the bent-to-linear transitions discriminate against resonances converging to lower lying vibrational states. Widths and intensities of multiple quantum vibrational autoionization resonances are affected by the level of core excitation. Description: Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, Purdue University URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/19154 Other Identifiers: 1998-WG-07