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Ionic Kratzer bond theory and vibrational levels for achiral covalent bond H2

(2008) p.1-18
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A 2-term dihydrogen Hamiltonian leads analytically to a quadratic Sommerfeld-Kratzer-potential and field quantization. Parameters ωe, ke and re for calculating H2 vibrational levels derive solely from hydrogen mass mH. Kratzer’s ionic oscillator leads directly to the covalent H2 bond energy and gives errors of 0,02 % for all H2 levels, 30 times better than Dunham’s oscillator, which gives 0,54 %. H2 is prototypical for molecular spectroscopy, just like H is for atomic spectroscopy.

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Van Hooydonk, Guido. 2008. “Ionic Kratzer Bond Theory and Vibrational Levels for Achiral Covalent Bond H2”: 1–18.
APA
Van Hooydonk, G. (2008). Ionic Kratzer bond theory and vibrational levels for achiral covalent bond H2, 1–18.
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Van Hooydonk G. Ionic Kratzer bond theory and vibrational levels for achiral covalent bond H2. 2008;1–18.
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Van Hooydonk, Guido. “Ionic Kratzer Bond Theory and Vibrational Levels for Achiral Covalent Bond H2.” (2008): 1–18. Print.
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  abstract     = {A 2-term dihydrogen Hamiltonian leads analytically to a quadratic Sommerfeld-Kratzer-potential and field quantization. Parameters \ensuremath{\omega}e, ke and re for calculating H2 vibrational levels derive solely from hydrogen mass mH. Kratzer{\textquoteright}s ionic oscillator leads directly to the covalent H2 bond energy and gives errors of 0,02 \% for all H2 levels, 30 times better than Dunham{\textquoteright}s oscillator, which gives 0,54 \%. H2 is prototypical for molecular spectroscopy, just like H is for atomic spectroscopy.},
  author       = {Van Hooydonk, Guido},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1--18},
  title        = {Ionic Kratzer bond theory and vibrational levels for achiral covalent bond H2},
  year         = {2008},
}