2 edition of **Group theory and spectroscopy.** found in the catalog.

Group theory and spectroscopy.

G. Racah

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Published
**1951**
by Hebrew Univ. in Jerusalem [Israel]
.

Written in English

- Group theory.,
- Continuous groups.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliography.

Statement | Notes by Eugen Merzbacher and David Park. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 102 ℗ . |

Number of Pages | 102 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14257645M |

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Theory of Infrared Absorption and Raman Spectroscopy Molecular vibrations can be excited via two physical mechanisms: the absorption of light quanta and the inelastic scattering of photons (Fig. ) (Herzberg ). Direct absorption of photons is achieved by irradiation of molecules with poly-File Size: 1MB. Buy a cheap copy of Group Theory in Chemistry and book by Boris S. Tsukerblat. Free shipping over $ Group Theory in Chemistry and Spectroscopy: A Simple Guide to Advanced Usage. by Boris S concepts with simple examples, relating them to specific chemical and physical problems. The main results of group theory are presented in all.

This review article contains references to all earlier theoretical papers on nuclear spectroscopy Google Scholar [25] Racah, G.: Rev. Mod. Phys. 21, () ADS MathSciNet CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: This book discusses the connection of classical thermodynamics and the quantum chemical description of matter, in three chapters: statistical thermodynamics, optical spectroscopy, and group theory. This is a free eBook for students.

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This handbook on group theory is geared toward chemists and experimental physicists who use spectroscopy and require knowledge of the electronic structures of the materials they investigate. Accessible to undergraduate students, it takes an elementary approach to many of the key concepts.

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The purpose of this note is to provide an advanced level undergraduate student in Chemistry or Physics with a general overview of molecular spectroscopy. Specifically, the underlying principles of spectroscopy are examined using quantum mechanics, the interaction of light and matter, and group theory as starting points.

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