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H-3(+) - FROM FIRST PRINCIPLES TO JUPITER

TENNYSON, J; MILLER, S; (1994) H-3(+) - FROM FIRST PRINCIPLES TO JUPITER. CONTEMP PHYS , 35 (2) 105 - 116.

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Abstract

H-3(+) is the simplest polyatomic molecule and as such has always been the subject of extensive theoretical study. It has also long been known to be an important constituent of hydrogen plasmas that are prevalent in many locations in the Universe. This article traces the study of the spectrum of H-3(+) from the first principles quantum mechanical calculation to its observation in the ionosphere of Jupiter and beyond.

Type:Article
Title:H-3(+) - FROM FIRST PRINCIPLES TO JUPITER
Keywords:ROVIBRATIONAL TRANSITIONS, INFRARED-SPECTRUM, MOLECULAR ION, FUNDAMENTAL-BAND, SUPERNOVA 1987A, LINE STRENGTHS, EMISSION-LINES, MU-M, H-3+, FREQUENCIES
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Physics and Astronomy

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