## Molecular spectra and molecular structure. I. Spectra of diatomic molecules |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Wave Mechanics Quantum Mechanics | 9 |

Atoms with Several Electrons Vector Model | 22 |

Copyright | |

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A-type A-type doubling absorption bands absorption spectrum according angular momentum antibonding electrons antisymmetric approximation band system breaking-off broken lines calculated Chapter collisions components continuum corresponding Coupling constant determined diatomic molecules diffuse dipole discussion dissociation limit doublet eigenfunctions electron configurations emission energy level diagram equation example excited field formula Franck-Condon principle frequency function Gaydon Gaydon gives given ground harmonic oscillator Herzberg higher Hund's hyperfine structure infrared intensity distribution interaction internuclear axis internuclear distance intersection ionic isotope lower lowest magnetic magnitude maximum molecular Mulliken multiplet normal atoms nuclear spin nuclei observed obtained occur orbital oscillator perturbations Physic position possible potential curve potential energy predissociation Q branch quantum number repr result rotational constants rotational levels Rydberg series selection rule separated atoms similar singlet spectrogram splitting structure symmetric Table temperature term tion triplet upper values vibrational levels wave lengths wave mechanics wave numbers zero