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Determination and Study the Energy Characteristics of Vibrational-Rotational Levels and Spectral Lines of GaF, GaCl, GaBr and GaI for Ground State

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A theoretical study of four gallium monohalides molecules (GaF, GaCl, GaBr and GaI) of ground state 1+ by using computer model is presented to study the energy characteristics of vibrational-rotational levels as a function of the vibrational and rotational quantum number , respectively. The calculations has been performed to examine the vibrational-rotational characteristics of some gallium halides molecules. These calculations appeared that all energies (Gv, Ev,J, and Fv,J) increase with increasing vibrational and rotational quantum number and by increasing the vibrational quantum number, and by increasing the vibrational quantum number, the vibrational constant will decrease. Also theoretical study of spectra of these molecules for ground state 1+ has been carried out. The values of spectral lines R(J) and P(J) were calculated and the relationship between the spectral lines and the rotational quantum number was established. The results appeared the spectra line values R(J) increases when the values of rotational quantum number decrease but the spectra line values P(J) decrease when the values of rotational quantum number increase, also the spectra line values P(J) decrease when the values of (m) increase, while the values of R(J) increase at first, then decrease showing Fortrar parabola.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 50)
Pages:
96-112
Citation:
A. N. Ayaash "Determination and Study the Energy Characteristics of Vibrational-Rotational Levels and Spectral Lines of GaF, GaCl, GaBr and GaI for Ground State", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 50, pp. 96-112, 2015
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May 2015
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