SPECTROSCOPIC METHODS FOR THE STUDY OF MOLECULAR ENERGY TRANSFER
Creators:Gordon, Roy G.
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Publisher:Ohio State University
A survey is presented of line-shape and relaxation methods for the spectroscopic study of rotational energy transfer in collisions between molecules in gases. Techniques discussed include magnetic resonance, microwave, infrared, Raman, fluorescence, double resonance, and ultrasonic spectra. The particular contributions and limitations of each technique are summarized. The relations between different techniques are stressed, along with conclusions which have been drawn about the shapes of the intermolecular potential functions.
Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, Harvard University
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