OH
Hydroxide ion, X 1Σ+
Species tag 017502
Version2*
Date of EntrySep. 2014
ContributorH. S. P. Müller

The fit combines pure rotational as well as rovibrational data of three isotopic species. The OH rotational data were taken from
(1) F. Matsushima, T. Yonezu, T. Okabe, K. Tomaru, and Y. Moriwaki, 2006, J. Mol. Spectrosc., 235, 261
; and
(2) D. J. Liu, W. C. Ho, and T. Oka, 1987, J. Chem. Phys., 87, 2442.
The OD rotational data were published by
(3) G. Cazzoli and C. Puzzarini, 2005, J. Chem. Phys., 123, Art.-No. 041101
; and
(4) G. Cazzoli and C. Puzzarini, 2006, Astrophys. J., 648, L79.
With respect to the first entry from Dec. 2006, a new J = 1 – 0 transition frequency as well as rovibrational data of OH were taken from
(5) P. Jusko, O. Asvany, A.-C. Wallerstein, S. Brünken, and S. Schlemmer, 2014, Phys. Rev. Lett., 112, Art. No. 253005
.
Rovibrational transitions for OH and 18OH were taken from
(6) N. H. Rosenbaum, J. C. Owrutski, L. M. Tack, and R. J. Saykally, 1986, J. Chem. Phys., 84, 5308
;
those of OD from
(7) B. D. Rehfuss, M. W. Crofton, and T. Oka, 1986, J. Chem. Phys., 85, 1785
.
Predictions with J > 10 should be viewed with some caution; lower-J predictions may be fairly reliable if and only if ion drift effects had negligible effects on the infrared data.
The ab initio dipole moment was taken from
(8) H.-J. Werner, P. J. Rosmus, and E.-A. Reinsch, 1983, J. Chem. Phys., 79, 905.

Lines Listed19
Frequency / GHz< 19775
Max. J19
log STR0-15.0
log STR1-14.0
Isotope Corr.-0.0
Egy / (cm–1)0.0
 µa / D1.04
 µb / D 
 µc / D 
 A / MHz 
 B / MHz561669.2
 C / MHz 
 Q(1000.)37.9647
 Q(500.0)18.9598
 Q(300.0)11.4950
 Q(225.0)8.7033
 Q(150.0)5.9169
 Q(75.00)3.1431
 Q(37.50)1.7811
 Q(18.75)1.1702
 Q(9.375)1.0096
detected in ISM/CSMno


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