Optical Polarization of Molecules

Published: 1995-04-28 | ISBN: 0521443466, 0521673445 | PDF | 322 pages | 7 MB

This book explains the theory and methods by which gas molecules can be polarized by light, a subject of considerable importance for what it tells us about the electronic structure of molecules and properties of chemical reactions. Starting with a brief review of molecular angular momentum, the text goes on to consider resonant absorption, fluorescence, photodissociation and photoionization, as well as collisions and static fields.



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