Tritium Laboratory Karlsruhe (TLK)

Fundamental properties of tritiated molecules

Hydrogen as the simplest atom and in molecular form as the simplest neutral molecule represents an important model system in basic research.
The hydrogen molecule represents the boundary between the theoretically dominated and the experimentally dominated area.
In other words, theoretical calculations for hydrogen molecules can be performed with higher accuracy than experiments, so any experimental gain in accuracy represents a gain in knowledge.