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).
  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