Vol. 3, issue 10, article # 15

Bykov A.D., Naumenko O.V., Sinitsa L.N. A new resonance in the H2O molecule. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 10. P. 1014-1018.
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Abstract:

The energy levels with J ≤ 5 of the vibrational states which belong to the first decade of the resonating states of H216O, are analyzed. The strong dependence of the nondiagonal matrix elements of the inverse inertia tensor b on the coordinate of the bending vibration leads to a new type of the resonance, namely an HEL (highly excited local) resonance. The HEL resonance couples the states highly excited over V with ΔV2=±5, which belong to different resonance polyads, and is of a local character.

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