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Theory of Environmental Effects on Atoms and Molecules Trapped in Rare Gas Matrices

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Part of the Quantum Theory Chemical Reactions book series (QTCR, volume 2)

Abstract

A review is given of the basic concepts and methods used to interpret matrix effects as revealed by I-R, U-V and E.S.R. spectroscopy of molecules trapped in rare gas crystals. The various approaches proposed are classified according to the model used to represent the matrix medium. After initial discussion of the amorphous type. model, the rigid-lattice approximation is treated in the. framework of the crystal field model, the intermolecular forces model and the super-system model. finally dynamical couptlng is discussed within the non rigid lattice approximation.

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Matrix Effect Crystal Field Intermolecular Force Rotational Level Rigid Lattice 
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  1. 1.Centre de Mécanique Ondulatoire AppliquéeCNRSParisFrance

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