|Series||The Cambridge Series of Physical Chemistry; ed. by E.K. Rideal|
|Contributions||Taylor, Alfred Maurice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 176 p.|
|Number of Pages||176|
Molecular spectra and molecular structure. II. Infrared and Raman spectra of polyatomic molecules. Gerhard Herzberg. Van Nostrand, This book is an excellent reference for research purposes. Read full review. Volume 2 of Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure 5/5(2). Rotational Structure in Molecular Infrared Spectra provides a much-needed guide to the basic theoretical principles and contemporary applications of high-resolution molecular spectroscopy. It centers on the treatment of semirigid symmetric top molecules, with extension made to the other classes of by: 7. This book is basic to the study of every discipline that depends upon spectroscopy, not so much for the rather good fundamental handling of theory, there are many good books on the s: 2. Velardo 1, () I, () INFRA-RED SPECTROSCOPY AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE (An Outline of the Principles) This is an edited volume in which the principles and specific aspects of infrared s p e c t r o s c o p / a r e reviewed by workers active in these particular fields. Edited by M.
The infrared spectrum reveals vibrations of atoms in molecules. The beauty of the spectrum is the close and accessible relationship between infrared bands and molecular structure. The book covers a wide range of applications of molecular and laser spectroscopy in diverse areas ranging from materials to medicine and defence, biomedical research, environmental monitoring, forensic investigations, food and agriculture, and chemical, pharmaceutical and petrochemical processes. Rotational Structure in Molecular Infrared Spectra fills the gap between these recent, complex topics and the most elementary methods in the field of rotational structure in the infrared spectra of gaseous molecules. There is an increasing need for people with the skills and knowledge to interpret vibration-rotation spectra in many scientific. Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure The goal of this note is to illustrate how molecular structure is extracted from a spectrum. Topics covered includes: Atoms, Diatomic Molecules, All Tricks In Molecular Structure Theory, Born-oppenheimer, Transition Intensities For Diatomics, Electronic Structure Models, Polyatomic Molecules.
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