Molecular hydrogen excitation levels


by lordsandman
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Jan24-13, 01:45 PM
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Hi, im looking for electronic excitation levels of molecular hydrogen like attached table. but there are only a few electronic states, i need near-threshold energy levels. where can i find all levels?

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I knew a guy called Alejandro Saenz who calculated the excited states of hydrogen molecules with high precision. Look out for his papers in google scholar. I think he is now professor in Berlin.
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I knew a guy called Alejandro Saenz who calculated the excited states of hydrogen molecules with high precision. Look out for his papers in google scholar. I think he is now professor in Berlin.
thank you for your reply. i understood as alejandro sanz and thougt that you are joking :)
unfortunately i cant access most of his papers. accessable ones dont contain what i need. espacially, i'm looking for experimental datas.

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Molecular hydrogen excitation levels


http://webbook.nist.gov/cgi/cbook.cg...=1000#Diatomic


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