Bibliography for PH
  1. Langleben, J., Tennyson, J., Yurchenko, S. N., Bernath, P., "ExoMol line list XXXIV: A Rovibrational Line List for Phosphinidene (PH) in its X3Σ and a1Δ Electronic States", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Submitted (2019).[19LaTeYu.PH]
  2. Viana, R. B., Pereira, P. S. S., Macedo, L. G. M., Pimentel, A. S., "A quantum chemical study on the formation of phosphorus mononitride", Chemical Physics 363, 49-58 (2009). [link to article][09ViPeMa.PN]
  3. Li, G.-X., Gao, T., Zhang, Y.-G., "The splitting of low-lying or low excited states for hydride molecules (cations) of the third period under spin-orbit coupling", Chinese Physics B 17, 2040-2047 (2008). [link to article][08LiGaZh.SH]
  4. Visscher, C., Lodders, K., Fegley Jr, B., "Atmospheric chemistry in giant planets, brown dwarfs, and low-mass dwarf stars. II. Sulfur and phosphorus", The Astrophysical Journal 648, 1181 (2006). [link to article][06ViLoFe.PH3]
  5. Park, J. K., Sun, H., "Ab initio effective hamiltonian calculations on the valence states of SiH, SiH+, PH and PH+", Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society 13, 429-440 (1992).[92PaSuxx.SiH]
  6. Park, J. K., Sun, H. S., "Dipole and transition moments of SiH, PH and SH by ab initio effective valence shell Hamiltonian method", Chemical Physics Letters 195, 469-474 (1992). [link to article][92PaSux1.SiH]
  7. Sinha, K., Tripathi, B. M., Atalla, R. M., Singh, P. O., "On the possibility of faint molecular lines of PO, PH, MgH+, and CN in the solar spectrum", Solar Physics 115, 221-227 (1988). [link to article][88SiTrAt.MgH]
  8. Rackwitz, R., Feldmann, D., Kaiser, H. J., Heinicke, E., "Photodetachment bei einigen zweiatomigen negativen Hydridionen: BeH, MgH-, CaH-, ZnH-, PH-, AsH- / Photodetachment of some diatomic negative hydride ions BeH-, MgH-, CaH-, ZnH-, PH-, AsH-", Zeitschrift für Naturforschung A 32, 594-599 (1977). [link to article][77RaFeKa.CaH]
  9. Cade, P. E., "The electron affinities of the diatomic hydrides CH, NH, SiH and PH", Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 91, 842 (1967). [link to article][67Cade.SiH]
  10. Budo, A., "Die rotationskonstanten B, D und Y der 3Π - terme von TiO, C2, CO, PH, AlH, NH", Zeitschrift für Physik 98, 437-444 (1936). [link to article][36Budo.TiO]

The ExoMol bibliometrician is Olga Yurchenko