QU Ying-Fei;LIU Yu-Zhu;YIN Wen-Yi;ZHANG Qi-Hang;ABULIMITI Bumaliya;Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology;Jiangsu Collaborative Innovation Center on Atmospheric Environment and Equipment Technology;College of Physics and Electronic Engineering, Xinjiang Normal University;
Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology;Jiangsu Collaborative Innovation Center on Atmospheric Environment and Equipment Technology;College of Physics and Electronic Engineering, Xinjiang Normal University;
Disulfur dichloride is a hazardous substance, which is irritating to the eyes. It is significant to study the physical and dissociation properties under external electric fields. The bond length, energy, dipole moment, orbital energy level distribution, infrared spectra and dissociation properties of disulfur dichloride molecule under different external fields are obtained by using the density functional theory at the B3LYP/6-311++G(d, p) basis set level. In addition, ultraviolet-visible absorption spectra of the molecule in different electric fields are studied with configuration interaction-single excitation(CIS)/6-311++G(d, p) method. According to the results, it has been found that as the electric field exerted along the positive direction of the z-axis increases, the two sulfur-chlorine(S-Cl) bond lengths become longer and tend to break, while the sulfur-sulfur(S-S) bond length becomes shorter and the energy gap decreases. The infrared spectrum and ultraviolet-visible absorption spectra both exhibit red shift under electric field. Moreover, by scanning the potential energy surface of disulfur dichloride about S-Cl bond, the dissociation barrier decreases with the increase of positive electric field. When the external electric field arrives at 0.040 atomic units, the barrier disappears, meaning the dissociation of disulfur dichloride. The present results offer an important reference to further study of disulfur dichloride.
disulfur dichloride;;density functional theory;;external electric field;;spectra;;dissociation
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