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However, bands with origins above the barrier show a smooth energy variation with k only for levels with common values of the ‘‘linear’’ vibrational quantum number vl ¼ 2vb þ jkj, where k is now identified with the bending angular momentum of a linear molecule, often denoted by l. It is remarkable to observe such behavior in the common eigenvalue lattice of two commuting operators. The resulting drastic reorganization of the level structure will be shown later to give rise to a characteristic distortion of the two-dimensional quantum eigenvalue lattice, which is the most readily observable consequence of quantum monodromy, and the most important for molecular spectroscopy.

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