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Symmetry breaking in covalent chiral bond Hsub2, according to accurate vibrational levels from Kratzer bond theory

(2009) arXiv:physics. 0906.2905v1.
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Symmetry breaking in Hsub2, quantified with Kratzer bond theory, leads to vibrational levels with errors of only 0,00008 %. For quanta, 0,0011 % errors are smaller than with any ab initio QM method. Chiral behavior of covalent bond Hsub2 implies bonding between left- and right-handed atoms HsubL and HsubR or between hydrogen H and antihydrogen Hbar. This generic Hsub2 asymmetry is given away by a Hund-type Mexican hat curve, invisible in QM.
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vibrational energy levels, molecular hydrogen, antihydrogen, kratzer potential

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Van Hooydonk, Guido, and Y. P. Varshni. 2009. “Symmetry Breaking in Covalent Chiral Bond Hsub2, According to Accurate Vibrational Levels from Kratzer Bond Theory.” arXiv:physics 0906.2905v1.
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Van Hooydonk, G., & Varshni, Y. P. (2009). Symmetry breaking in covalent chiral bond Hsub2, according to accurate vibrational levels from Kratzer bond theory. arXiv:physics, 0906.2905v1.
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Van Hooydonk G, Varshni YP. Symmetry breaking in covalent chiral bond Hsub2, according to accurate vibrational levels from Kratzer bond theory. arXiv:physics. 2009;0906.2905v1.
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Van Hooydonk, Guido, and Y. P. Varshni. “Symmetry Breaking in Covalent Chiral Bond Hsub2, According to Accurate Vibrational Levels from Kratzer Bond Theory.” arXiv:physics 0906.2905v1 (2009): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {Symmetry breaking in Hsub2, quantified with Kratzer bond theory, leads to vibrational levels with errors of only 0,00008 \%. For quanta, 0,0011 \% errors are smaller than with any ab initio QM method. Chiral behavior of covalent bond Hsub2 implies bonding between left- and right-handed atoms HsubL and HsubR or between hydrogen H and antihydrogen Hbar. This generic Hsub2 asymmetry is given away by a Hund-type Mexican hat curve, invisible in QM.},
  author       = {Van Hooydonk, Guido and Varshni, Y. P.},
  journal      = {arXiv:physics},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Symmetry breaking in covalent chiral bond Hsub2, according to accurate vibrational levels from Kratzer bond theory},
  volume       = {0906.2905v1},
  year         = {2009},
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