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A harmonic adiabatic approximation to calculate highly excited vibrational levels of "floppy molecules"

Bibliographic reference Lauvergnat, D ; Nauts, André ; Justum, Y ; Chapuisat, X.. A harmonic adiabatic approximation to calculate highly excited vibrational levels of "floppy molecules". In: Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 114, no. 15, p. 6592-6604 (2001)
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