- Jeanne L. McHale, Washington State University.
- Second edition.
- Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 
- Physical description
- xvii, 457 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
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- McHale, Jeanne L., author.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction and Review Historical Perspective Definitions, Derivations and Discovery Review of Quantum Mechanics Approximate Solutions to the Schrodinger Equation: Variation and Perturbation Theory Statistical Mechanics Summary Problems Bibliography The Nature of Electromagnetic Radiation Introduction The Classical Description of Electromagnetic Radiation Propagation of Light in Matter Quantum Mechanical Aspects of Light Summary Problems Bibliography Electric and Magnetic Properties of Molecules and Bulk Matter Introduction Electric Properties of Molecules Electric Properties of Bulk Matter Magnetic Properties of Matter Summary Problems Bibliography Time-dependent Perturbation Theory of Spectroscopy Introduction: Time Dependence in Quantum Mechanics Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory Rate Expression for Emission Perturbation Theory Calculation of Polarizability Quantum Mechanical Expression for Emission Rate Time Dependence of the Density Matrix Summary Problems Bibliography The Time-Dependent Approach to Spectroscopy Introduction Time-Correlation Functions and Spectra as Fourier-Transform Pairs The Properties of Time-Correlation Functions and Spectral Lineshapes The Fluctuation Dissipation Theorem Rotational Correlation Functions and Pure Rotational Spectra Reorientational Spectroscopy of Liquids: Single-Molecule and Collective Dynamics Vibration-Rotation Spectra Spectral Moments Summary Problems Bibliography Experimental Consideration: Absorption: Emission, and Scattering Introduction Einstein A and B Coefficients for Absorption and Emission Absorption and Stimulated Emission Electronic Absorption and Emission Spectroscopy Measurement of Light Scattering: The Raman and Rayleigh Effects Spectral Lineshapes Summary Problems Bibliography Atomic Spectroscopy Introduction Good Quantum Numbers and Not So Good Quantum Numbers Selection Rules for Atomic Absorption and Emission The Effect of External Fields Atomic Lasers and The Principles of Laser Emission Summary Problems Bibliography Rotational Spectroscopy Introduction Energy Levels for Free Rigid Rotors Angular Momentum Coupling in Non-1SIGMA Electronic States Nuclear Statistics and the J states of Homonuclear Diatomics Rotational Absorption and Emission Spectroscopy Rotational Raman Spectroscopy Corrections to the Rigid-Rotor Approximation Internal Rotation Summary Problems Bibliography Vibrational Spectroscopy of Diatomic Molecules Introduction The Born-Oppenheimer Approximation and Its Consequences The Harmonic Oscillator Model Selection Rules for Vibrational Transitions Beyond the Rigid-Rotor Harmonic Oscillator Approximation Summary Problems Bibliography Vibrational Spectroscopy of Polyatomics Introduction Normal Modes of Vibration Quantum Mechanics of Polyatomic Vibrations Group Theoretical Treatment of Vibrations Selection Rules for Infrared Absorption and Raman Scattering: Group Theoretical Prediction of Activity Rotational Structure Anharmonicity Selection Rules at Work: Benzene Solvent Effects on Infrared Spectra Summary Problems Bibliography Electronic Spectroscopy Introduction Diatomic Molecules: Electronic State and Selection Rules Vibrational Structure in Electronic Spectra and Diatomics Born-Oppenheimer Breakdown in Diatomic Molecules Polyatomic Molecules: Electronic States and Selection Rules Transition Metal Complexes: Forbidden Transitions and the Jahn-Teller Effect Emission Spectra of Polyatomic Molecules Nonradiative Relaxation of Polyatomic Molecules Chromophores Solvent Effects in Electronic Spectroscopy Summary Problems Bibliography Raman and Resonance Raman Spectroscopy Introduction Selection Rules in Raman Scattering Polarization in Raman Scattering Rotational and Vibrational Dynamics in Raman Scattering Analysis of Raman Excitation Profiles Surface-Enhanced Raman ScatteringSummary Problems Bibliography Nonlinear Optical Spectroscopy Introduction Classical Approaches to Nonlinear Optical Processes Quantum Mechanical Approach to Nonlinear Optical Processes Feynman Diagrams and Calculation of Time-Dependent Response Functions Experimental Applications of Nonlinear Processes Summary Problems Bibliography Time-Resolved Spectroscopy Introduction Time-Resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy Time-Resolved Four Wave Mixing Experiments Transient Grating and Photon Echo Experiments Two-Dimensional Spectroscopy Summary Problems Bibliography Appendix A Math Review Vectors and Tensors in Three Dimensions Matrices Operations with Cartesian and Spherical Tensors Spherical Harmonics Wigner Rotation Functions and Spherical Tensors The Clebsch-Gordan Series and 3j Symbols Appendix B Principles of Electrostatics Units Some Applications of Gauss' Law Some Mathematical Details Appendix C Group Theory Point Groups and Symmetry Operations Information Conveyed by The Character Tables Direct Products and Reducible Representations Character Tables.
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- Publisher's Summary
- This textbook offers an introduction to the foundations of spectroscopic methods and provides a bridge between basic concepts and experimental applications in fields as diverse as materials science, biology, solar energy conversion, and environmental science. The author emphasizes the use of time-dependent theory to link the spectral response in the frequency domain to the behavior of molecules in the time domain, strengthened by two brand new chapters on nonlinear optical spectroscopy and time-resolved spectroscopy. Theoretical underpinnings are presented to the extent necessary for readers to understand how to apply spectroscopic tools to their own interests.
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