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Non-linear Triatomic Molecules [electronic resource] : Part 1β / edited by G. Guelachvili.

Publication:
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2012.
Series:
Molecules and Radicals, 1615-1852 ; 20C1beta
Molecules and Radicals, 1615-1852 ; 20C1beta
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (500 p. 1 illus. in color.)
Subjects:
Physics.
Chemistry.
Local subjects:
Physics, general. (search)
Chemistry/Food Science, general. (search)
Summary:
With the development of modern instruments and theories, a considerable amount of spectroscopic informationis being permanently collected on molecules. The infrared, in particular, is seeing extraordinary activities. Using Fourier transform interferometers and infrared lasers, accurate data are measured often with extreme sensitivity. These data are also analyzed and precise molecular parameters determined. Volume II/20, “Molecular Constants Mostly from Infrared Spectroscopy”, is a recent Landolt-Börnstein publication series bringing together these results. It is made up of several volumes (A, B, C, D) with comprehensive compilation of critically evaluated molecular constants of diatomic (A), linear triatomic (B); nonlinear triatomic (C), and other polyatomic (D) molecules. Subvolume II/20C1 is devoted to H2O.
Contents:
introduction
energy level designations
energy expressions referred to the ground state
effective Hamiltonians
perturbation-theory free Hamiltonians
potential energy
dipole moment function
intensities
line shape
conversion tables
list of symbols
H2O (HOH) survey
H2O (HOH) data.-references.
Contributor:
Guelachvili, G. editor., Editor,
ISBN:
3-642-23409-7
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-642-23409-5 doi
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