Ab initio calculation of the rotational spectrum of methane vibrational ground state

Abstract : In a previous article we have introduced an alternative perturbation scheme to find approximate solutions of the spectral problem for the rotation-vibration molecular Hamiltonian. The convergence of our method for the methane vibrational ground state rotational energy levels was quicker than that of the traditional method, as expected, and our predictions were quantitative. In this second article, we study the convergence of the calculation ab initio of effective dipole moments for methane within the same theoretical frame. The first order of perturbation when applied to the electric dipole moment operator of a spherical top gives the expression used in previous spectroscopic studies. Higher orders of perturbation give corrections corresponding to higher centrifugal distorsion contributions and are calculated accurately for the first time. Two potential energy surfaces of the literature have been used for solving the anharmonic vibrational problem by means of the vibrational mean field configuration interaction approach. Two corresponding dipole moment surfaces were calculated in this work at a high level of theory. The predicted intensities agree better with recent experimental values than their empirical fit. This suggests that our \abin dipole moment surface and effective dipole moment operator are both highly accurate.
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Patrick Cassam-Chenaï, Jacques Liévin. Ab initio calculation of the rotational spectrum of methane vibrational ground state. Journal of Chemical Physics, American Institute of Physics, 2012, 136 (17), pp.174309. 〈10.1063/1.4705278〉. 〈hal-00652960〉

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