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Analytical Theory of Vibrational Kinetics of Anharmonic Oscillators

  • B. F. Gordiets
  • S. Zhdanok
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 39)

Abstract

Vibrational kinetics is concerned with the nonequilibrium conditions and molecular energy distributions over vibrational degrees of freedom. Such conditions arise in many physical phenomena and processes, e.g., in sound propagation, shock waves, gas flows from openings and nozzles, electric discharge gases exposed to corpuscular or electromagnetic radiation, and in different chemical reactions. The nonequilibrium distributions can be either artificially induced (in experiments) or inherent in some natural objects (as in the upper atmosphere of planets and interstellar clouds). Various effects on molecules result in a redistribution of vibrational level populations, which, in turn, may greatly affect the course of physical and chemical processes. Therefore, investigations of vibrational kinetics are of particular importance for different fields of physics and chemistry such as relaxation gas-dynamics, gas-discharge physics, plasmachemistry, laser physics and chemistry, aeronomy, and optics of the earth’s upper atmosphere.

Keywords

Vibrational Energy Vibrational Level Nonequilibrium Condition Vibrational Relaxation Anharmonic Oscillator 
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