Bibliography for NaOH
  1. Manel Naouai, Faouzi Najar, Kamel Hammami, "Rotational excitation of sodium hydroxide molecule NaOH by helium He at low temperature", Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 51, 225201 (2018). [link to article][18NaNaHa.NaOH]
  2. Kas, Milaim, Loreau, J{\'e}r{\^o}me, Li{\'e}vin, Jacques, Vaeck, Nathalie, "Ab initio study of the neutral and anionic alkali and alkaline earth hydroxides: Electronic structure and prospects for sympathetic cooling of OH$^{-}$", Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 194309 (2017). [link to article][17KaLoLi]
  3. Fegley, Jr., B., Jacobson, N. S., Williams, K. B., Plane, J. M. C. and Schaefer, L., Lodders, K., "Solubility of Rock in Steam Atmospheres of Planets", The Astrophysical Journal 824, 103 (2016). [link to article][16FeJaWi]
  4. Berezhnoy, A. A., "Chemistry of impact events on the Moon", Icarus 226, 205-211 (2013). [link to article][13Berezhnoy]
  5. Vasiliu, M., Li, S., Peterson, K. A., Feller, D., Gole, J. L., Dixon, D. A., "Structures and heats of formation of simple alkali metal compounds: hydrides, chlorides, fluorides, hydroxides, and oxides for Li, Na, and K", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 114, 4272-4281 (2010). [link to article][10VaLiPe.NaH]
  6. Melnichuk, Anna, Perera, Ajith, Bartlett, Rodney J., "Ab initio simulation of UV/vis absorption spectra for atmospheric modeling: method design for medium-sized molecules", Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 12, 9726-9735 (2010). [link to article][10MePeBa.NaOH]
  7. Sullivan, M. B., Iron, M. A., Redfern, P. C., Martin, J. M. L. and Curtiss, L. A., Radom, L., "Heats of formation of alkali metal and alkaline earth metal oxides and hydroxides: Surprisingly demanding targets for high-level ab initio procedures", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107, 5617-5630 (2003). [link to article][03SuIrRe]
  8. Lee, E. P. F., Wright, T. G., "Heats of formation of NaOH and NaOH+: Ionization energy of NaOH", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 106, 8903-8907 (2002). [link to article][02LeWrxx.NaOH]
  9. Burk, P., Sillar, K., Koppel, I. A., "Gas-phase basicities and proton affinities of alkali metal oxides and hydroxides. A theoretical study", Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 543, 223-231 (2001). [link to article][01BuSiKo]
  10. Yoshiyuki Kawashima, Richard D. Suenram, Eizi Hirota, "Determination of nuclear quadrupole coupling constants of NaOH, KOH, RbOH, and CsOH and electric dipole moment of NaOH", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 175, 99-103 (1996). [link to article][96KaSuHi]
  11. Gurvich, L. V., Bergman, G. A., Gorokhov, L. N., Iorish, V. S. and Leonidov, V. Y., Yungman, V. S., "Thermodynamic Pproperties of alkali metal hydroxides. Part 1. Lithium and sodium hydroxides", Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 25, 1211-1276 (1996). [link to article][96GuBeGo.NaOH]
  12. Bauschlicher, C. W., Langhoff, S. R., Partridge, H., "Abinitio study of the alkali and alkaline-earth monohydroxides", Journal of Chemical Physics 84, 901-909 (1986). [link to article][86BaLaPa.CaOH]
  13. Dyke, J. M., Feher, M., Morris, A., "High-temperature photoelectron-spectroscopy: A study of the alkali monohydroxides LiOH, NaOH and KOH", Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena 41, 343-355 (1986). [link to article][86DyFeMo]
  14. Gerald A. Long, Joseph F. Capitani, L. Pedersen, "A theoretical investigation of molecular NaOH", Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM 105, 229-230 (1983). [link to article][83LoCaPe.NaOH]
  15. Nemukhin, A. V., Stepanov, N. F., "Diatomics-in-molecules study of alkali hydroxides", Journal of Molecular Structure 67, 81-88 (1980). [link to article][80NeStxx]
  16. P. Kuijpers, T. Törring, A. Dymanus, "Vibration—rotation interaction in the microwave spectrum of NaOH", Chemical Physics 15, 457-461 (1976). [link to article][76KuToDy.NaOH]
  17. Pearson, Edwin F., Trueblood, Max B., "Laboratory detection of the microwave spectrum of sodium hydroxide", Applied Physics Letters 179, L145 (1973). [link to article][73PeTrxx.NaOH]
  18. Acquista, N., Abramowitz, S., "Structure of the Alkali Hydroxides. V. The Infrared Spectra of Matrix-Isolated RbOH, RbOD, NaOH, and NaOD", Journal of Chemical Physics 51, 2911-2914 (1969). [link to article][69AcAbxx.NaOH]
  19. Cotton, D. H., Jenkins, D. R., "Bond dissociation energies of gaseous alkali metal hydroxides", Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 65, 1537-1543 (1969). [link to article][69CoJexx]
  20. Porter, R. F., Schoonmaker, R. C., "Gaseous species in the vaporization of sodium and potassium hydroxide", Journal of Chemical Physics 28, 168-169 (1958). [link to article][58PoScxxb]
  21. Schoonmaker, R. C., Porter, R. F., "Gaseous species in the vaporization of sodium hydroxide", Journal of Chemical Physics 28, 454-457 (1958). [link to article][58ScPoxx.NaOH]
  22. Porter, R. F., Schoonmaker, R. C., "Gaseous species in the NaOH-KOH system", Journal of Physical Chemistry 62, 486-489 (1958). [link to article][58PoScxx]
  23. Spinar, L. H., Margrave, J. L., "Absorption spectra of gaseous alkali metal hydroxides at high temperatures", Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular Spectroscopy 12, 244-246 (1958). [link to article][58SpMaxx]

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