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The isotropic (a\(_{iso}\)) and dipolar (A\(_{dip}\)) hyperfine coupling constants of 19F2 were obtained from MRD-CI wave functions using a variety of basis sets. In series I, increasing numbers of d functions were added to a 5s4p contracted Huzinaga!Dunning basis. In series II, the 5s3p basis set was uncontracted in several steps until 9s5p was reached, to which were added from one to three d-polarization functions. Cl parameters (selectioo threshoids and the number of reference coofiguratioos) were also varied. A study of the R dependence of aiso and Adip was perfonned. The best values obtained at R\(_e\) are 260 G for a\(_{iso}\) and 308 G for A\(_{dip}\)• compared with experimental values of about 280 G for a;10 and 320 G for A\(_{dip}\)·

Potential energy and spectroscopic constants for the X\(^2 \sum^+ _\mu\) ground state of a;, were calculated by configuration-interaction (Cl) methods, using large basis sets with polarization and diffuse functions. From these CI wavefunctions, the isotropic (a\(_{iso}\)) and dipolar (A\(_{dip}\)) components of the hyperfine coupling constant were obtained. The effects of various s, p basis sets, polarization and diffuse functions, as well as the influence of reference configurations and configuration selection thresholds were investigated. The best values obtained are 35·31 G for a\(_{iso}\) and 29·440 for A\(_{dip}\)• tobe compared with experimental values of 37 ± 1 G and 32 ± 1 G, respectively. It is shown that the contributions to a1so of the K and L shells are opposite in sign, differing by about 4 G. Upon vibrational averaging, both a\(_{iso}\) and A\(_{dip}\) move towards smaller values as v increases. An adiabatic electron affinity of 2·46eV was obtained for CL\(_2\) , and a vertical electron detachment energy of 3·71 eV for Cl;.

Study of the hyperfine coupling constants of the moleculs NH<sub>2</sub>, NHD and ND<sub>2</sub>
(1990)

In the present paper we c:alculate tbe magnetic hyperfine couplina constants (hfcc) ai.ID and A11 of the ground states of the isotopes NH2, NHD and ND2 using truncated MR..CI methods. Differences from other theoretical methocls and shortoominp of the truncated Cl approach in calculating tlj10 are studied. Polarization effects wbich detennirae ailo. as weU as a simple model to describe the dipolar hfcc's, are discussed. All results are in. excellent aareement with experimental data. lt is shown that ab initio methods are able to obtain reliable values for otf-diaaonal values of A41 which are difficult to measure experimentaDy.

The hyperfine coupling constants (hfcc) A\(_{iso}\) and A\(_{ij}\) are calculated for the atoms of NH\(_2\) in its, two lowest-lying electronk states at various molecular geometries by means of the ab initio multireference configuration interaction .method. The vibronically averaged values of the hfccs for the K = 0 and 1 levels in \(^{14}\)N \(^1\)H\(_2\) in the energy range up to 20 000 cm\(^{-1}\) are computed. Polarization elfects which determine A\(_{iso}\) as well as a simple model to describe the dipolar hfccs are discussed. All resrilts are in excellent agreement with experimental data.