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The structure of exited states and nonadiabatic effects in the energies are studied in the context of a phenomenological model taking into account the Coriolis mixing of low-lying states of positive parity in rotational bands. The energies and the structure of wave functions of excited states are calculated. The mixing of rotational band states is demonstrated to play impotent role to the wave functions of vibrational states. The calculated energies of the first and second β- , γ-vibrational and Кπ= 1+bands state energies in agreements with experimental data.


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