Bibliography for LiH
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  6. Aymar, M., Deiglmayr, J., Dulieu, O., "Systematic trends in electronic properties of alkali hydrides", Canadian Journal of Physics 87, 543-556 (2009). [link to article][09AyDeDu.NaH]
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  8. Curik, R., Greene, C. H., "Indirect dissociative recombination of LiH+ molecules fueled by complex resonance manifolds", Physical Review Letters 98, 173201 (2007). [link to article][07CuGrxx.LiH]
  9. Curik, R., Greene, C. H., "Vibrational excitation and dissociative recombination of the LiH+ ion", Molecular Physics 105, 1565-1574 (2007). [link to article][07CuGrx1.LiH]
  10. Corongiu, G., "Hartree-Fock-Heitler-London method. 2. First and second row diatomic hydrides", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 110, 11584-11598 (2006). [link to article][06Corongiu.BeH]
  11. Klein, R. A., Zottola, M. A., "Pople versus Dunning basis-sets for group IA metal hydrides and some other second row hydrides: The case against a De Facto standard", Chemical Physics Letters 419, 254-258 (2006). [link to article][06KlZoxx.BeH]
  12. Jeung, G.-H., "Ionisation potential, electron affinity and polar bond: a first-order correction method for interaction energy", Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 116, 450-455 (2006). [link to article][06Jeung.AlO]
  13. Merawa, M., Begue, D., Dargelos, A., "Ab initio calculation of the polarizability for the ground state X 1Σ+ and the first low-lying excited states a 3Σ+ and A 1Σ+ of LiH and NaH", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107, 9628-9633 (2003). [link to article][03MeBeDa.NaH]
  14. Avramopoulos, A., Papadopoulos, M. G., "Trends in the electronic and vibrational contributions to the dipole moment, polarizabilities, and first and second hyperpolarizabilities of the hydrides of Li, Na and K", Molecular Physics 100, 821-834 (2002). [link to article][02AvPaxx.NaH]
  15. Geum, N., Jeung, G. H., Derevianko, A., Cote, R., Dalgarno, A., "Interaction potentials of LiH, NaH, KH, RbH, and CsH", Journal of Chemical Physics 115, 5984-5988 (2001). [link to article][01GeJeDe.NaH]
  16. Martinazzo, R., Famulari, A., Raimondi, M., Bodo, E., Gianturco, F. A., "A multireference valence bond approach to electronic excited states", Journal of Chemical Physics 115, 2917-2925 (2001). [link to article][01MaFaRa.BeH]
  17. Meissner, H., Paldus, J., "Direct iterative solution of the generalized bloch equation. IV. Application to H2, LiH, BeH, and CH2", Journal of Chemical Physics 113, 2622-2637 (2000). [link to article][00MePaxx.BeH]
  18. Kivilompolo, M., Kivimaki, A., Aksela, H., Huttula, M., Aksela, S., Fink, R. F., "The gas phase L2,3 VV Auger electron spectra of chlorine in XCl (X=H, D, Li, Na, K) molecules", Journal of Chemical Physics 113, 662-675 (2000). [link to article][00KiKiAk.KCl]
  19. Kobus, J., Moncrieff, D., Wilson, S., "Comparison of the electric moments obtained from finite basis set and finite-difference Hartree-Fock calculations for diatomic molecules", Physical Review A 62 (2000). [link to article][00KoMoWi.LiH]
  20. Bacchus-Montabonel, M. C., Talbi, D., "A theoretical treatment of the LiH and BeH formation through radiative association", Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 463, 91-97 (1999). [link to article][99BaTaxx.BeH]
  21. Martin, J. M. L., "Benchmark ab initio potential curves for the light diatomic hydrides. Unusually large nonadiabatic effects in BeH and BH", Chemical Physics Letters 283, 283-293 (1998). [link to article][98Martin.BeH]
  22. Luchow, A., Anderson, J. B., "First-row hydrides: Dissociation and ground state energies using quantum Monte Carlo", Journal of Chemical Physics 105, 7573-7578 (1996). [link to article][96LuAnxx.BeH]
  23. Cooper, D. I., Ponec, R., Thorsteinsson, T.. Raos, G., "Pair populations and effective valencies from ab initio SCF and spin-coupled wave functions", International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 57, 501-518 (1996). [link to article][96CoPoTh.BeH]
  24. Lushington, G. H., Bruna, P. J., Grein, F., "Ab initio calculations of electron-spin magnetic moments for Li, Be and B hydrides in X 2Σ+ states", Zeitschrift fur Physik D 36, 301-309 (1996). [link to article][96LuBrGr.BeH]
  25. Rafi, M., Ali, N., Ahmad, K., Khan, I. A., Baig, M. A., Iqbal, Z., "Near-dissociation photoabsorption spectra of LiH, NaH and KH", Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 26, L129-L134 (1993). [link to article][93RaAlAh.NaH]
  26. Sadlej, A. J., Urban, M., "Medium-size polarized basis sets for high-level-correlated calculations of molecular electric properties: III. Alkali (Li, Na, K, Rb) and alkaline-earth (Be, Mg, Ca, Sr) atoms", Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 80, 147-171 (1991). [link to article][91SaUrxx.NaH]
  27. Frank, A., Lemus, R., Iachello, F., "Algebraic approach to molecular electronic spectra. I. Energy levels", Journal of Chemical Physics 91, 29-41 (1989). [link to article][89FrLeIa.BeH]
  28. Meier, U., Staemmler, V., "An efficient first-order CASSCF method based on the renormalized Fock-operator technique", Theoretica Chimica Acta 76, 95-111 (1989). [link to article][89MeStxx.AlO]
  29. Dixon, D. A., Gole, J. L., Komornicki, A., "Absolute proton affinities of Li2, Na2, LiH, and NaH", Journal of Physical Chemistry 92, 2134-2136 (1988). [link to article][88DiGoKo.NaH]
  30. Pardo, A., Camacho, J. J., Poyato, J. M. L., Martin, E., Reyman, D., "Electronic potentials of alkali hydrides", Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 43, 181-186 (1988). [link to article][88PaCaP1.NaH]
  31. Bussery, B., Aubertfrecon, M., Saute, M., "Calculated long-range ground and excited molecular states of alkali hydride molecules", Chemical Physics 109, 39-46 (1986). [link to article][86BuAuSa.NaH]
  32. Sundholm, D., Pyykko, P., Laaksonen, L., "Two-dimensional, fully numerical molecular calculations. VIII. Electric field gradients of diatomic hydrides LiH-ClH at the HFS level", Molecular Physics 55, 627-635 (1985). [link to article][85SuPyLa.AlH]
  33. Ellison, F. O., Chen, C., "Generalization of atoms‐in‐molecules theory to include independent scaling of inner and outer shells", Journal of Chemical Physics, 5855-5863 (1984). [link to article][84ElChxx.BeH]
  34. McAdon, M. H., Konowalow, D. D., "The MTXαR method. III. A study of the ground states of H2, LiH, and NaH", Journal of Chemical Physics 71, 3089-3098 (1979). [link to article][79McKoxx.NaH]
  35. Kirby, K., Dalgarno, A., "NaH and LiH in diffuse interstellar clouds", The Astrophysical Journal 224, 444-447 (1978). [link to article][78KiDaxx.NaH]
  36. Dagdigian, P. J., "Detection of LiH and NaH molecular beams by laser fluorescence and measurement of radiative lifetimes of the A 1Σ+ state", Journal of Chemical Physics 64, 2609-2615 (1976). [link to article][76Dagdigian.NaH]
  37. Watson, D. K., Stewart, R. F., Dalgarno, A., "Variational time-dependent Hartree-Fock calculations. A pseudopotential study of the alkali metal hydrides", Molecular Physics 32, 1661-1670 (1976). [link to article][76WaStDa.NaH]
  38. Kunz, A. B., Mickish, D. J., "Electronic structure of LiH and NaH", Physical Review B 11, 1700-1704 (1975). [link to article][75KuMixx.NaH]
  39. Docken, K. K., Hinze, J., "LiH potential curves and wavefunctions for X 1Σ+, A 1Σ+, B 1Π, 3Σ+, and 3Π", Journal of Chemical Physics 57, 4928-4936 (1972). [link to article][72DoHixx.LiH]
  40. Szasz, L., Mcginn, G., "Atomic and molecular calculations with the pseudopotential method. III. The theory of Li2, Na2, K2, LiH, NaH, and KH", Journal of Chemical Physics 48, 2997-3008 (1968). [link to article][68SzMcxx.NaH]
  41. Jain, D. C., Sah, P., "Potential‐energy curves of the excited states of alkali hydride molecules", Journal of Chemical Physics 38, 1553-1557 (1963). [link to article][63JaSaxx.NaH]

The ExoMol bibliometrician is Olga Yurchenko