Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy by C.N. Banwell

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Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy by C.N. Banwell

Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy by C.N. Banwell

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Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy by C.N. Banwell

C.N. Banwell
University of Sussex


Table of Contents



1-Characterization of electromagnetic radiation

The quantization of energy

Regions of the spectrum

Representation of spectra

Basic elements of practical spectroscopy

Signal-to-noise resolving power

The width and intensity of spectral transition

The fourier transform spectroscopy

Enhancement of spectra: computer averaging

Stimulated emission: laser problems

2- microwave spectroscopy

The rotation of molecules

Rotational spectra

Diatomic molecules

Polyatomic molecules

Techniques and instrumentation

Chemical analysis by microwave spectroscopy



3- infrared spectroscopy

The vibrating diatomic molecules

The diatomic vibrating rotator

The vibration rotation spectrum of carbon monoxide

Breakdown of the Born Oppenheimer approximation: the interaction of rotations and vibrations

The vibrations of polyatomic molecules

The influence of rotation on spectra of polyatomic molecules

Analysis by infrared techniques

Techniques and instrumentation



4- Raman spectroscopy


Pure rotational Raman spectra

Vibrational Raman spectra

Polarisation of light and Raman effect

structure determination from Raman and infrared spectroscopy

Techniques and instrumentation



5- electronic spectroscopy of atom

The structure of atoms

Electronic angular momentum

Many-electron atoms

The angular momentum of many-electron atoms

Photoelectron spectroscopy and x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy

The Zeeman effect

The influence of nuclear spin




6- electronic spectroscopy of molecules

Electronic spectra of diatomic molecules

Electronic structure of diatomic molecules

Electronic spectra of polyatomic molecules

Techniques and instrumentation



7- spin resonance spectroscopy

Spin and an applied field

Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy: hydrogen nuclei

Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy: nuclei other than hydrogen

Techniques and instrumentation

Electron spin resonance spectroscopy



8- Mossbauer spectroscopy

Principles of Mossbauer spectroscopy

Application of Mossbauer spectroscopy



General bibliography

Answers to the problems


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