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Spectroscopic Manifestations of Vibronic Effects

  • Isaac B. Bersuker
  • Victor Z. Polinger
Part of the Springer Series in Chemical Physics book series (CHEMICAL, volume 49)

Abstract

The essential changes of the energy spectrum and wave functions of molecules and crystals caused by vibronic interactions directly affect all the spectroscopic properties of the system. Even when the vibronic coupling is weak, the resulting changes in the spectra can be very significant, especially when the vibronic interaction leads to the appearance of additional spectral lines (for instance, in the rotational absorption spectrum of spherical-top molecules).

Keywords

Vibronic Coupling Electronic Paramagnetic Resonance Adiabatic Potential Vibronic Interaction Vibronic State 
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  • Isaac B. Bersuker
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  • Victor Z. Polinger
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Quantum ChemistryInstitute of Chemistry Academy of Sciences MoSSRKishinevUSSR

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