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Handbook of Molecular Spectroscopy, 2/E
Handbook of Molecular Spectroscopy, 2/E

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Handbook of Molecular Spectroscopy, 2/E

Handbook of Molecular Spectroscopy provides a straightforward and comprehensive coverage of the common spectroscopic techniques and interpretation of spectra, and their applications to organic and inorganic based systems. The underlying quantum mechanical principles and applications of major modern spectroscopic techniques spanning from microwave spectroscopy, infrared and Raman, electronic spectroscopy of atoms and molecules, luminescence, photoelectron to chiroptical spectroscopy are described. The subsequent chapters cover magnetic resonance ( NMR, ESR, and NQR ), Mossbauer and X-ray absorption spectroscopy. Also included is a chapter on molecular mass spectrometry, which is perhaps the most widely applied analytical tool. A wide range of worked examples describe how spectra arise and what information on the identity and structure of the material can be derived from the spectra by pulling together the techniques discussed.

1. General Introduction

2. Molecular Symmetry

3. Rotational Spectroscopy

4. Infrared Spectroscopy

5. Raman Spectroscopy

6. Electronic Spectroscopy of Atoms

7. Electronic Spectroscopy

8. Optical Rotatory Dispersion and Circular Dichroism

9. Fluorescence Spectroscopy

10. Photoelectron Spectroscopy

11. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

12. Electron Spin Resonance

13. Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance

14. Mossbauer Spectroscopy

15. X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy

16. Molecular Mass Spectrometry

Appendix I: Values of Fundamental Constants

Appendix II: Point Group Character Tables

Appendix III: Tanabe-Sugano Diagrams

Appendix IV: 10 Dq and B from Tanabe-Sugano Diagram

Appendix V: Answers to Problems Index.

  • The text deals with both organic and inorganic compounds
  • Emphasis is on assigning the spectra and obtaining information from them
  • Over 400 solved problems
  • Experimental aspects and chemical applications
  • Introductory group theory, an essential skill for tackling many spectroscopic problems is presented.

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