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Authors: Helene Lefebvre-Brion. Imprint: Academic Press. Published Date: 8th September Page Count: Flexible - Read on multiple operating systems and devices. The Hydrogen molecular ion.


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Many electron atoms, atomic orbitals and quantum numbers. Spin and orbital angular momentum. Selection rules.

Singlet-triplet perturbations in the spectra of diatomic molecules | SpringerLink

Diatomic molecules, rotational and vibrational motion, IR spectroscopy, the Raman effect. Electronic structure in diatomic molecules, Absorption and emission spectra, photoelectron spectra.

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Some features of this site may not work without it. Date: Abstract: This dissertation presents detailed spectroscopic studies of two rhodium diatomic molecular systems, rhodium monocarbide RhC and rhodium mononitride RhN.

The spectrum of a third rhodium diatomic species has also been recorded. All evidence suggests that rhodium monoxide RhO is the carrier. Laser-induced fluorescence LIF and dispersed fluorescence DF techniques have been used to study the visible spectrum of rhodium monocarbide between and nm.

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