Population Distribution of Vibrational Levels of the 2\(^1\Pi\) State of NaLi

Nguyen Tien Dung

Abstract


We studied population distribution of vibrational levels for the 2\(^1\Pi\) of NaLi molecule from \(v'=0\) to \(v'=16\). The population of the levels was calculated numerically by solving the radial Schrodinger equation with an experimental potential extrapolated to the dissociation limit via a long range potential. We found that, for each highly excited level its population distribution is favorable around the right turning-point. The results provide important information for choosing convenient experimental parameters and explaining dynamical processes in the molecule

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diatomic molecules, laser spectroscopy

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/27/3/10567

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