3 years ago

Laser-stimulated electric quadrupole transitions in the molecular hydrogen ion H2+.

Petar Danev, Vladimir I. Korobov, Stephan Schiller, Dimitar Bakalov

Molecular hydrogen ions are of metrological relevance due to the possibility of precise theoretical evaluation of their spectrum and of external-field-induced shifts. We report the results of the calculations of the rate of laser-induced electric quadrupole transitions between a large set of ro-vibrational states of ${\rm H_2^+}$. The hyperfine and Zeeman structure of the E2 transition spectrum and the effects of the laser polarization are treated in detail. We also present the nuclear spin-electron spin coupling constants, computed with a precision 10 times higher than previously.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.04754

DOI: arXiv:1801.04754v1

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