2 edition of Microwave molecular spectra found in the catalog.
Microwave molecular spectra
|Other titles||Chemical applications of spectroscopy|
|Statement||[by] Walter Gordy [and] Robert L. Cook|
|Series||Technique of organic chemistry -- v. 9, pt. 2, Technique of organic chemistry -- v. 9, pt. 2|
|Contributions||Cook, Robert L. 1936-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 747 p.|
|Number of Pages||747|
John Wiley Sons Inc, , Pages: Many exciting new developments in microwave spectroscopy have occurred since the earlier edition of this book was published in The frequency coverage of coherent microwave spectroscopy is still expanding. Although not comparable to the fourfold. When we turn from the spectra of atoms to those of molecules, we find that the region of most interest to chemists is no longer the visible and ultraviolet but rather the infrared. As its name implies, the infrared extends beyond the red end of the visible spectrum, from the limit of visibility at roughly μm ( nm) up to about μm.
Rotational Spectroscopy of Diatomic Molecules is a detailed, wide-ranging presentation of all kinds of spectra within a given electronic-vibrational state of a diatomic molecule. All serious spectroscopists should have a copy, and the book’s price is reasonable. Besides, its sheer mass could be used to Author: James K. G. Watson. From microwave spectroscopy, bond lengths can be determined with a correspondingly high precision, as illustrated in this example. From the rotational microwave spectrum 35of 1H Cl, we find that B = cm Given that 35the masses of 1H and Cl are and amu, respectively, determine the bond.
the molecular spectra are more complex than atomic spectra and contain information on the molecular structure and the bond strength. They also provide a way of determining a variety of molecular properties, like dipole and quadrupole moments and the quantum numbers characterizing all molecular degrees of freedom. The molecular spectroscopy isFile Size: KB. Abstract. Microwave spectroscopy, considered as the most definitive gas phase structural probe, is able to distinguish between different conformational structures of a molecule, because they have unique spectroscopic constants and give rise to distinct individual rotational by: 8.
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Techniques of Chemistry, Microwave Molecular Spectra (Volume 18) Volume 18 Edition by W. Gordy (Author), R. Cook (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: Molecular Microwave Oscillator and New Hyperfine Structure in the Microwave Spectrum + Van Hove, Léon.
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Other editions - View all. Techniques of Chemistry, Microwave Molecular Spectra W. Gordy, R. Cook Snippet view - Chemistry Electronic books Microwave spectroscopy Molecular spectra Molecular spectroscopy Science / Chemistry / Analytic Science / Chemistry / General Science / General.
Get this from a library. Microwave molecular spectra. [Walter Gordy; Robert L Cook] -- Tries to serve the dual purpose of providing a convenient source and reference book for much of the valuable information gained about molecules through microwave spectroscopy and of providing a.
Microwave Molecular Spectra by Robert Lee Cook,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). This book represents the most comprehensive treatment available on the analysis and interpretation of high resolution, microwave rotational spectra of gaseous molecules.
It reflects many exciting new developments in microwave spectroscopy, and focuses on subtle new techniques that have improved the sensitivity and resolving power of microwave. Microwave Molecular Spectra (Techniques of Chemistry) by Walter Gordy; Robert L.
Cook and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In the field of molecular physics, microwave spectroscopy is commonly used to probe the rotation of molecules. In condensed matter physics. In the field of condensed matter physics, microwave spectroscopy is used to detect dynamic phenomena of either charges or spins at GHz frequencies (corresponding to nanosecond time scales) and energy scales in the µeV regime.
Appendixes supply most of the background for research and interpretation of microwave spectra; they also contain extensive data on nuclear and molecular constants, including essentially all those determined by microwave techniques. "Equally suitable for use as a fundamental reference or advanced textbook." — U.S.
Quarterly Book Review. Appendixes supply most of the background for research and interpretation of microwave spectra; they also contain extensive data on nuclear and molecular constants, including essentially all those determined by microwave techniques.
"Equally suitable for use as a fundamental reference or advanced textbook." — U.S. Quarterly Book Review.5/5(2).
Subtle new techniques continue to improve the sensitivity and resolving power of microwave spectrometers as well as their applicability to new types of spectra.
Although the spectra described in the earlier edition are in no sense out of date, the new developments made the revision of Microwave Molecular Spectra desirable if not : Gebundenes Buch.
Spectroscopy - Spectroscopy - Theory of molecular spectra: Unlike atoms in which the quantization of energy results only from the interaction of the electrons with the nucleus and with other electrons, the quantization of molecular energy levels and the resulting absorption or emission of radiation involving these energy levels encompasses several mechanisms.
Theoretical aspects of molecular rotation --Microwave transitions: line intensities and shapes --Diatomic molecules --Linear polyatomic molecules --Symmetric-top molecules --Asymmetric-top molecules --The distortable rotor --Nuclear hyperfine structure in molecular rotational spectra --Effects of applied electric fields --Effects of applies.
Publisher Summary. Spectroscopy is arguably the most fundamental of the experimental physical sciences. In this chapter, a personal perspective is presented on the fascinatingly wide impact of molecular spectroscopy—in particular microwave spectroscopy—on an amazingly wide range of key areas in the sciences.
Rotational spectroscopy is concerned with the measurement of the energies of transitions between quantized rotational states of molecules in the gas spectra of polar molecules can be measured in absorption or emission by microwave spectroscopy or by far infrared spectroscopy.
The rotational spectra of non-polar molecules cannot be observed by those methods, but can be observed. Abstract. A quantitative interpretation of emission and absorption spectra of both hot gases and low-temperature plasmas requires the knowledge of radiative and collisional characteristics of the molecules such as oscillator strengths and transition probabilities, molecular dipole moments, lifetimes of exited states, Franck-Condon factors, cross sections, and rate coefficients of elementary.
Molecular Spectroscopy: Modern Research, Volume III is a collection of papers presented at the 40th Annual Molecular Spectroscopy Symposium, held at the Ohio State University. The contributors of this seven-chapter text cover the significant advances in molecular spectroscopic research and their application in chemistry.
In spectroscopy: Microwave spectroscopy. For diatomic molecules the rotational constants for all but the very lightest ones lie in the range of 1– gigahertz (GH z).The frequency of a rotational transition is given approximately by ν = 2B(J + 1), and so molecular rotational spectra will exhibit.
Read More. Microwave (Rotational) Spectra Last updated; Save as PDF Page ID ; References; Rotational energy levels normally are very closely spaced so low-energy radiation, such as is produced by radio transmitters operating in the microwave region, suffices to change molecular rotational energies.
These three databases of diatomic, triatomic, and hydrocarbon molecules were originally published as spectral tables in the Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data.
Each of the databases covers primarily the microwave region with some data available for the radio frequency region. This database is an atlas of molecular spectra and. The microwave spectra of H20 and D20 are discussed briefly in Chapters IV and V, respectively.
We are still in no position to relate these systematically to one another, or to the spectrum of HDO. Chapter VI, concerned with the microwave spectrum of HDO, contains the major contribution of this work. New lines in.
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