By Norman H. March
In this introductory chemical physics textbook, the authors talk about the interactions, bonding, electron density, and experimental thoughts of loose molecules, and follow spectroscopic the way to ascertain molecular parameters, dynamics, and chemical reactions.
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Gelius, T. Bergmark, L. O. Werme, R. Manne, and Y. Baer, ESCA Applied to Free Molecules, NorthHolland, Amsterdam (1969). J. L. , MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (1985). Further Reading R. L. De Kock, J. Chem. Educ. 65, 934 (1987). E. A. U. Ebsworth, D. W. H. Rankin, and S. Cradock, Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry, Blackwell Scientific, Oxford (1987). J. H. D. Eland, Photoelectron Spectra, Open University Press, Milton Keynes, UK (1985). G. A. Gallup, J. Chem. Educ. 65, 671 (1988). R. D. Levine and R.
Picosecond pulses and relaxation times for azulene [redrawn from Flygare (1978), p. 487]. 12. Multiphoton processes: (a) Raman scattering, (b) absorption of two identical photons, and (c) absorption of two different photons [redrawn from Hollas (1987), p. 337]. photon absorption following the lines already laid down for a two-photon process. Multiphoton processes are of considerable interest in chemical physics; the interested. reader can refer to Steinfeld (1985) and to Hollas (1987) for details.
NATURE OF WAVE FUNCTIONS FOR H; AND H2 It is sadly true that analytical progress in treating either atoms or molecules remains so difficult that, at the time of writing, the nonrelativistic Schrodinger equation has only been solved exactly for the hydrogen atom and for the hydrogen molecule ion H;. These are evidently both one-electron problems, whereas the major difficulties in both atomic and molecular theory reside in the treatment of more than one electron, where, of course, the Coulombic repulsion energy e2 frij between two electrons i and j at separation rij is the major stumbling block to analytical progress.