THE KERR EFFECT IN THE VICINITY OF ABSORPTION TRANSITIONS OF NEAR SYMMETRIC TOP MOLECULES

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Title: THE KERR EFFECT IN THE VICINITY OF ABSORPTION TRANSITIONS OF NEAR SYMMETRIC TOP MOLECULES
Creators: Buckingham, A. D.; Brown, J. M.; Ramsay, D. A.
Issue Date: 1968
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: The theory of the Kerr effect in the region of absorption transitions is extended to cover symmetric top and near symmetric top molecules. The signal magnitude depends on the molecular dipole moments in and the transition moment between the two states involved. Experimental methods of detecting and separating the signals arising from electric birefringence and dichromism are considered and exemplified by experimental studies of the $3390 {\AA}$ and band of formaldehyde.
Description: Author Institution: Department of Theoretical Chemistry, University of Bristol; Division of Pure Physics, National Research Council of Canada
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/15415
Other Identifiers: 1968-B-9
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