By Walter S. Struve
A concise creation to the spectroscopy of atoms and molecules. remedy emphasizes an intuitive realizing of themes and the improvement of problem-solving suggestions. offers heritage fabric on time-dependent perturbation idea and moment quantization, and comprises many illustrative spectra from the literature. Examines digital band spectra and polyatomic rotations, which makes available the power degrees and choice principles that govern microwave spectroscopy with no recourse to special rotational eigenstates. additionally covers triatomic molecules, fragrant hydrocarbons, lasers, multiphoton spectroscopies, and diagrammatic perturbation thoughts.
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