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Diatomic molecules: a critial bibliography of spectroscopic data

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Published by Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Text in English and French.

Statement(edited) by R.F. Barrow, in collaboration with (others). IV: 1982.
SeriesTables internationales de constantes sélectionnées
ContributionsBarrow, Richard Frank.
The Physical Object
Pagination209 p.
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21388576M

Vibronic spectra of diatomic molecules have been analysed in detail; emission spectra are more complicated than absorption spectra. The intensity of allowed vibronic transitions is governed by the Franck–Condon principle. Vibronic spectroscopy may provide information, such as bond-length, on electronic excited states of stable molecules. Book Description PHI Learning, Softcover. Condition: New. 2nd edition. Designed to serve as a textbook for postgraduate students of physics and chemistry, this second edition improves the clarity of treatment, extends the range of topics, and includes more worked examples with a view to providing all the material needed for a course in molecular spectroscopy ÛÓfrom first principles to 5/5(1).

Theoretical Inner-Sphere Reorganization Energies of Gaseous Diatomic Molecules from Vibrational Spectroscopic Data Yuxiang Bu Cite this: J. Phys. Chem. 99 30 Cited by: Partition functions and dissociation equilibrium constants are presented for diatomic molecules for temperatures in the range from near absolute zero to 10 K, thus providing data for many diatomic molecules of astrophysical interest at low temperature. The calculations are based on molecular spectroscopic data from the book of Huber &; Herzberg (, Constants of Diatomic Molecules Cited by:

In a discharge flow system O 2 (1 Δ g) sensitized chemituminescence has been observed from the two low lying 1 Δ g and 1 Σ + g states of S 2 in the wavelength region to μm. The hitherto unknown energies of the two states were found to be ± 20 cm −1 and ± 15 cm −1, to the near energy resonance (ΔE ≈ 79 cm −1) between the 1 Δ g state of O 2 and Cited by:   Purchase Molecular Spectroscopy - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.


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These tables represent the first part of a series of critical reviews on the microwave spectra of molecules. All of the rotational spectral lines observed and reported in the open literature for diatomic molecules have been tabulated.

Get this from a library. Molécules diatomiques: Bibliographie critique de données spectroscopiques. Diatomic molecules: A critical bibliography of spectroscopic data. INTRODUCTION In recent years, the need for a complete collection of information rele­ vant to diatomic moleeules has become evident.

Several excellent collections of this type of information have been available for many years (Refs. ); however, the state of our collective knowledge has been considerably expanded since their publication.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): For some years, spectroscopic data from diatomic molecules commonly found in low-pressure plasmas and planetary atmospheres has been compiled in order to improve the knowledge of the spectral properties of such mixtures.

Up to very recently, the only available reference was provided by Huber and Herzberg’s. Written to be the definitive text on the rotational spectroscopy of diatomic molecules, this book develops the theory behind the energy levels of diatomic molecules and then summarises the many experimental methods used to study their spectra in the gaseous by: 1.

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Published molecular constant determinations from conventional and laser spectroscopy are evaluated; recommended spectroscopic constants for the X 1 Σ +, A 1 Σ +, and B 1 Π states are by: Theoretical principles 3.

Atomic spectroscopy 4. Pure rotational spectroscopy 5. Vibrational spectroscopy of diatomics 6. Vibrational spectroscopy of polyatomic molecules 7. The Raman effect 8. Electronic spectroscopy of diatomic molecules 9. Electronic spectroscopy of polyatomic molecules Appendices Select bibliography Index About the author.

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Springer Reference Works are not included. Rotational Spectroscopy of Diatomic Molecules is carefully written and well produced. But a curious characteristic, partly responsible for the book’s great size, is its repetitiveness.

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Resolution Spectroscopy of Transient Molecules (Springer-Verlag, ) contain chapters on similar subjects, but those books are not restricted to diatomic molecules. Rotational Spectroscopy of Di-atomic Moleculesis a detailed, wide-ranging presentation of all kinds of spectra within a given electronic-vibrational state of a diatomic : James K.

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Since the publication in of Vol. I, Spectra of Diatomic Molecules of Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure, much progress has been made in the field. While there have been some important refinements in the theory of diatomic molecular spectra, most of the advances have been in the further.

The spectroscopic constants derived from the CEPA potential curves are in very good agreement with the known empirical values. Several new constants are given: re=± Å, ωe=±20 cm−1, Δ G1/2=±20 cm−1 for BH+; ωe=±20 cm−1 for CH+; re=± Å, ωe=±20 cm−1 for NH+; ωe=±20 cm−1, Δ G1/2=±20 cm−1 for AlH+; ωe=±20 cm−1 for PH+.Cited by: This article reports new measurements of laser-induced plasma hypersonic expansion measurements of diatomic molecular cyanide (CN).

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Ferreira, Boris F. Gordiets, Alexey I. Osipov. Needed spectroscopic data on diatomic molecules can often be found in the superb critical tables of Huber and Herzberg or in the literature published since Unfortunately, these sources apply to only a fraction of the diatomic species that can exist and so investigators have had to rely on interpolation, additivity, or ad hoc rules to estimate needed values, all of which require other Cited by: 5.

Download Citation | DiRef, A Database of References Associated with the Spectra of Diatomic Molecules | For some years now we have been compiling references of diatomic molecules. Designed to serve as a textbook for postgraduate students of physics and chemistry, this second edition improves the clarity of treatment, extends the range of topics, and includes more worked examples with a view to providing all the material needed for a course in molecular spectroscopy—from first principles to the very useful spectral data that comprise figures, charts and s: 3.While there have been some important refinements in the theory of diatomic molecular spectra, most of the advances have been in the further exploration of individual spectra.

Not only has the number of molecules about which some spectroscopic data are available been increased by a factor of 2 to 3, but also the spectroscopic information about the molecules known in has been vastly extended.4/4(1).