Dynamics of Molecular Liquids
A detailed, comprehensive text/reference which treats the approaches, developments and results of spectral data as they relate to Heisenberg's fluctuation spectroscopy. Emphasizes representative experimental and theoretical examples that deal with condensed-phase motion on the molecular level. End-of-chapter notes highlight diffucult points in the text.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF VIBRATIONALROTATIONAL
Vibrational Relaxation Processes and Their Correlation
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