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Deviations from Born-Oppenheimer theory in structural chemistry: Jahn-Teller, pseudo Jahn-Teller, and hidden Jahn-Teller effects in C3H3 and C3H3 anion

Diğer Başlık: Deviations from Born-Oppenheimer theory in structural chemistry: Jahn-Teller, pseudo Jahn-Teller, and hidden Jahn-Teller effects in C3H3 and C3H3 anion

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Yazar(lar): Bersuker, Isaac B. (Ortak Yazar), Fernandez, Pablo Garcia (Ortak Yazar), KAYI, Hakan (Yazar),

Emeği Geçen(ler): Boggs, James E. (Proje Yürütücüsü),

DOI: 10.1021/jp403034c

URL: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jp403034c

Kaynak: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jp403034c


Yayınlayan: The Journal of Physical Chemistry A Yayın Adı: Deviations from Born-Oppenheimer theory in structural chemistry: Jahn-Teller, pseudo Jahn-Teller, and hidden Jahn-Teller effects in C3H3 and C3H3 anion Yayın Yeri: The Journal of Physical Chemistry A Yayın Tarihi: 31-07-2013 Cilt: 117(36) Yayınlandığı Sayfalar: 8671-8679


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The electronic structure and vibronic coupling in two similar molecular systems, radical C3H3and anion C3H3, in ground and excited states, are investigated in detail to show how their equilibrium structures, in deviation from the Born–Oppenheimer approximation, originate from the vibronic mixing of at least two electronic states, producing the Jahn–Teller (JT), pseudo JT (PJT), and hidden PJT effects. Starting with the high-symmetry geometry D3h of C3H3, we evaluated its 2-fold degenerate ground electronic state 2E″ and two lowest excited states 2A1′ and 2E′ and found that all of them contribute to the distortion of the ground state via the JT vibronic coupling problem E″ ⊗ e′ and two PJT problems (E″ + A1′) ⊗ e″ and (E″ + E′) ⊗ (a2″ + e″); all the three active normal modes e′(1335 cm–1), e″(1030 cm–1), and a2″(778 cm–1) are imaginary, meaning that all the three vibronic couplings are sufficiently strong to cause instability, albeit in different directions. The first of them, the ground state JT effect, enhances one of the C–C bonds (toward an ethylenic form with C2v symmetry), while the two PJT effects produce, respectively, cis (a2″ toward C3v symmetry) and trans (e″) puckering of the hydrogen atoms. As a result, C3H3 has two coexisting equilibrium configurations with different geometry. In the C3H3 anion, the ground electronic state in D3h symmetry is an orbitally nondegenerate spin triplet 3A2′ with a group of close in energy singlet and triplet excited states in the order of 1A1′, 3A1″, 1E″, 3E″, and 1E′. This shows that two PJT couplings, (3A2′ +3A1″) ⊗ a2″ and (3A2′ + 3E″) ⊗ e″, may influence the geometry of the equilibrium structure in the 3A2′ state. Indeed, both vibrational modes, a2″(1034 cm–1) and e″(1284 cm–1), are imaginary in this state. Similar to the radical case, they produce, respectively, cis (a2″) and trans (e″) puckering of the hydrogen atoms, but no e′ distortion of the basic C3 triangle; the equilibrium configuration with Cs symmetry occurs along the stronger e″ distortions. Another higher-in-energy triplet-state minimum with C2v symmetry emerges as a result of a strong JTE in the excited 3E″ electronic state. In addition to these APES minima with spin-triplet electronic states, the system has a coexisting minimum with a spin-singlet electronic state, which is shown to be due to the hidden PJT effect that couples two singlet excited states. The two lowest equilibrium configurations of the C3H3 anion with different geometry and spin realize a (common to all electronic e2 configurations) magnetic and structural bistability accompanied by a spin crossover. Some general spectroscopic consequences are also noted. As a whole, this article is intended to demonstrate the efficiency of the vibronic coupling approach in rationalizing the origin of complicated structural features of molecular systems as due to a combination of nonadiabatic JT effects.


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