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Essentially analogous curves are found (Fig. ' In other words, the succinimidyl radical also possesses at least two low-energy states separated by not more than 10kcalmol-', but in this case the lower corresponds to a n radical. In summary, then, a6 initio calculations can also be employed to generate potential energy surfaces for systems with a number of heavy atoms. In this case, however, it is generally too expensive to carry out a straightforward '' EXCITED-STATE POTENTIALS 47 Fig. 11. Calculated angular potential energy curve for the lowest four states in the succinimidyl radical.
A typical representative of such a second-row arrangement is seen in the potential curves for P i in Fig. 6. The almost parallel behavior between B2Z: and the states 3Z: and 4Z; is quite obvious. The 'Z: (u,n40) is shown to mix with higher states of the same symmetry. In all systems there also exist states of sextet multiplicity which correlate with the lowest dissociation products and either possess minima at large bond lengths as seen in P: or are in the main repulsive. In ten-electron systems both x and D MOs are fully occupied and therefore all systemspossess a 'X+ ground state.
The intermediate compound CSi prefers the nn3 occupation in its ground state; the first hydrogen helps the carbon CJbond in the linear HCSi structure and the next is placed such that both (T and A are helped relative to the ( T A ~ configuration, which is achieved best by a H,CSi nuclear arrangement in which mixing with (T and A MOs is possible. lll,l" , 2- Fig. 9. Calculated vertical energies in various H,CPH, H,SiPH, H,CNH and H,SiNH. '02 In other words the diversity in the C,, CSi and Si, ground-state electronic configurations is fully carried over to the corresponding H,AB system in which it causes differences in the geometrical structures.
Ab Initio Methods in Quantum Chemistry Part 1 (Advances in Chemical Physics) (Vol 67) by Kenneth P. Lawley