Theoretical calculations of the low-energy CH+ photodissociation spectrum display extremely complicated structure due to strong non-adiabatic couplings which are present when molecules dissociate to open-shell atoms. An analysis of the spectrum, using methods which will be explained elsewhere, leads to general principles for describing the resonances. These principles should be of aid in assigning experimental CH+ photodissociation spectra and those of other systems with strong non-adiabatic interactions. © 1986.
Williams, C. J., & Freed, K. F. (1986). Spectroscopy of low-energy non-adiabatic resonances in photodissociation to open-shell atoms: CH+, a model system. Chemical Physics Letters, 127(4), 360–366. https://doi.org/10.1016/0009-2614(86)80296-2