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Introduction page 1
Wave Mechanics of Diatomic Molecules
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A-doubling according to Art according to equation antisymmetrical Bohr magneton compared to kT component levels considered const constant coordinate system corresponding curve depending diatomic molecule different from zero dipole discussed electric field electronic levels electronic motion energy difference energy levels energy values equal experimental expression external field Faraday effect fixed nuclei frequency hence homonuclear Hund hydrogen intensities interaction internuclear line isotopes Kerr effect Kronig linear magnetic field matrix elements molecule formation molecule with fixed multiplet multiplet components normal nuclear rotation nuclear vibration number of electrons obtained orbital angular momentum ordinary temperatures parabolas perturbation polarisation positional coordinates potential energy rotational levels rotational quantum number scattering seen in Art selection rule small compared solution specific heat spectrum spin coordinates Stark effect stationary symmetrical theory total angular momentum transformation unity vibrational levels vibrational quantum number Vleck wave equation wave functions wave mechanics Zeeman effect