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Author Duxbury, Geoffrey.

Title High Resolution Electronic Spectroscopy of Small Molecules
Edition 1st ed
Published Boca Raton : Chapman and Hall/CRC, 2017
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Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Historical Development Of Electronic Spectroscopy -- 1.2 High-resolution Laser Spectroscopy -- 1.2.1 Introduction -- 1.2.2 Principles Of Sub-doppler Spectroscopy -- 1.2.3 Experimental Techniques -- 1.2.4 Stark Spectroscopy Of Small Molecules -- 1.2.5 Studies Of Semistable Molecules -- 1.2.6 Spectroscopic Studies Of Free Radicals And Molec-ular Ions -- 1.2.7 Ultra-high-resolution Spectroscopy -- 1.2.8 Conclusion -- 1.3 Bibliography -- Chapter 2 Linear And Bent Molecule Vibration-rotation Hamiltonians For Open-shell Molecules -- 2.1 Linear Triatomic Molecules -- 2.1.1 Basis Functions And Operators -- 2.1.2 The Nonrotating Molecule -- 2.1.3 The Rotating Molecule -- 2.2 Bent Triatomic Molecules -- 2.2.1 Basis Functions And Operators: The Nonrotating Molecule -- 2.2.2 The Rotating Molecule: Singlet States -- 2.2.3 The Rotating Molecule: Multiplet Electronic States -- 2.3 Interpretation Of Spin-rotation And Spin-spin Constants -- 2.3.1 Spin-rotation Constants, Oaa -- 2.3.2 Spin-spin Constants -- 2.4 Bibliography -- Chapter 3 The Renner-teller Effect -- 3.1 Effective Bending Hamiltonians -- 3.2 Inclusion Of Stretching Vibrations: The Stretch-bender Approach -- 3.3 Inclusion Of Overall Rotation -- 3.4 Summary And Alternative Formulations -- 3.5 Bibliography -- Chapter 4 First Row Dihydrides -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The Spectrum Of Ch2, . State Splitting -- 4.2.1 Theoretical Assignment Of The Visible Spectrum Of Singlet Methylene -- 4.2.2 Determination Of Radiative Lifetimes Of Ch2 (˜b 1b1) -- 4.2.3 The Group Of Hai-lung Dai, Department Of Chemistry, The University Of Pennsylvania -- 4.2.4 Groups Of Trevor J. Sears And Gregory E. Hall At Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island -- 4.2.5 Improved Computational Methods
4.2.6 New Experiments By The Groups Of Hall And Sears -- 4.2.7 The Ch2 ˜b1b1 -- ˜a1a1 Band Origin At 1.20 æm -- 4.3 The Spectrum Of Nh2, . State Splitting -- 4.3.1 Spectrum Obtained By Vervloet And Colleagues At Lille University -- 4.3.2 Rotational Spectrum Of The Nh2, Nhd, And Nd2 Radicals Observedby Morino And Kamaguchi -- 4.3.3 Spectrum Obtained By The Leone Group At Jila -- 4.3.4 Stretch-bender And Spin-orbit Calculations -- 4.3.5 Photodissociation Spectra Of Nd3 And Nd2h Analysed By Duxbury And Reid -- 4.4 Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Second Row Dihydrides -- 5.1 The Spectrum Of Sih2 -- 5.1.1 Introduction -- 5.1.2 Laser-excited Fluorescence Detection Of Sih2 -- 5.1.3 Lrafks (laser Resonance Absorption Flash Ki-netic Spectroscopy) Apparatus -- 5.1.4 Role Of Silylene In The Pyrolysis Of Silane And Organosilanes -- 5.1.5 Measurement Of Sih2 Densities In An Rf-discharge Silane Plasma Used In The Chemical Vapor Deposition Of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Film -- 5.1.6 Jet Spectroscopy And Excited State Dynamics Of Sih2 And Sid2 -- 5.1.7 Intracavity Laser Absorption Spectroscopy, Iclas -- 5.1.8 Measurement Of Sih2 Density In A Discharge By Intracavity Laser Absorption Spectroscopy And Cw Cavity Ring-down Spectroscopy -- 5.1.9 Renner-teller And Spin-orbit Interactions In Sih2 -- 5.2 The Spectrum Of Ph2 -- 5.2.1 Effects Of Orbital Angular Momentum In Ph2 And Pd2: Renner-teller And Spin-orbit Coupling -- 5.3 Bibliography -- Chapter 6 Third Row Dihydrides -- 6.1 The Spectrum Of Geh2 -- 6.1.1 Introduction -- 6.1.2 The Excited State Dynamics Of The A˜ 1b1 States Of Geh2 And Ged2 Radicals -- 6.1.3 Laser Optogalvanic And Jet Spectroscopy Of Geh2 -- 6.2 The Spectrum Of Ash2 -- 6.2.1 Introduction -- 6.2.2 The Analysis Of A 2a1 2b1 Electronic Band System Of The Ash2and Asd2 Radicals
6.2.3 Effects Of Spin-orbit Coupling On The Spin-rotation Interaction Inthe Ash2 Radical -- 6.2.4 Diagrams For Ash2 -- 6.2.5 Laser Spectroscopy And Dynamics Of The Jet-cooled Ash2free Radical -- 6.2.6 Absorption Spectra Of Ash2 Radical In 435 510 Nm By Cavity Ring-down Spectroscopy -- 6.2.7 Toward An Improved Understanding Of The Ash2 Free Radical: Laserspectroscopy, Ab Initio Calculations, And Normal Coordinate Analysis -- 6.2.8 Renner-teller And Spin-orbit Coupling In Ash2 -- 6.3 Bibliography -- Chapter 7 Astrophysics: The Electronic Spectrum Of H2o+ And Its Relationships To The Observations Made From Herschel, An Esa Space Observatory -- 7.1 Introduction: The Discovery Of H2o+ By Lew And Heiber -- 7.2 Observational Cometary Spectrum And Laboratory Spectrum -- 7.2.1 Spectroscopic Investigations Of Fragment Species In The Coma -- 7.2.2 Experimental Spectrum Of H2o+ Recorded By Hin Lew At Nrc Canada -- 7.2.3 Experimental Spectrum Of H2o+ Recorded By Das And Farley And By Huet Et Al. -- 7.3 The Herschel Space Observatory -- 7.3.1 The Herschel-heterodyne Instrument For The Far- Infrared (hifi) -- 7.3.2 Detection Of Interstellar Oxidaniumyl: Abundant H2o+ Towards The Star-forming Regions Dr21, Sgr B2, And Ngc 6334 -- 7.3.3 Interstellar Oh+, H2o+, And H3o+ Along The Sight-line To G10.6-0.4 -- 7.3.4 Detection Of Oh+ And H2o+ Towards Orion Kl -- 7.3.5 Water Production In Comet 81p/wild 2 As De-termined By Herschel/hifi -- 7.3.6 A High-resolution Line Survey Of Irc +10216 With Herschel/hifi -first Results: Detection Of Warm Silicon Dicarbide -- 7.4 Bibliography -- Chapter 8 Appendix -- 8.1 H2o+ Spectroscopic Data From Lew -- 8.2 D2o+ Spectroscopic Data From Lew And Groleau -- 8.3 Bibliography -- Index -- Author index
Subject High resolution spectroscopy.
High resolution spectroscopy.
Form Electronic book
Author Alijah, Alexander.
ISBN 1482245612
9781482245615