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I bought this book because my graduate professor who taught molecular spectroscopy said it was the best book out there. I hate that it is no longer published. This book covers everything imaginable Overall it covers a lot of material and is useful.
I wish though that it went over the equations more throughly and presented equations, which are more general. That is I would like for Hollas to derive equations that make fewer assumptions. Account Options Sign in. The coverage of the book includes basic principles such as the quantization of energy, as well as the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with atoms My library Help Advanced Book Search.
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Butterworth-HeinemannOct 22, – Science – pages. High Resolution Spectroscopy discusses the underlying concepts in the different branches of spectroscopy, especially in high resolution spectroscopy. The coverage of the book includes basic principles such as the quantization of energy, as resolutiion as the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with atoms and molecules; general experimental methods and features of instrumentation; and microwave, millimeter wave, and lamb dip spectroscopy.
Also covered in the book are subjects such as the principles behind rotational spectroscopy; diatomic and polyatomic molecules spectrodcopy vibrational spectroscopy; and the electronic spectroscopy of atoms, as well as diatomic and polyatomic molecules. The text is recommended for engineers and physicists who would like to know more about the concepts, theories, methods, and resolutiion related to spectroscopy, particularly in the field of high resolution spectroscopy. Selected pages Page 6. Contents Chapter 1 Quantization of energy.
Chapter 2 Interaction of electromagnetic radiation with atoms and molecules. Chapter 3 General experimental methods. Chapter 4 Rotational spectroscopy. Chapter 5 Vibrational spectroscopy. Chapter 6 Electronic spectroscopy.
Chapter 7 Photoelectron spectroscopy.
Chapter 8 Lasers and laser spectroscopy. Index of atoms and molecules. High resolution spectroscopy John Michael Hollas Snippet view – High Resolution Spectroscopy J. Chapter 1 Quantization of energy.