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  87. Murthy, N. S., Manisekaran, T., Bapat, N. S., "Dissociation energy of the ground states of SrO, SnCl, NaH, and RbH from the true potential energy curves", Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 29, 183-187 (1983). [link to article][83MuMaBa.NaH]
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