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Collision-induced absorption in gases

Author: Lothar Frommhold
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1993.
Series: Cambridge monographs on atomic, molecular, and chemical physics, 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The volume deals with the infrared spectra of complexes of two, three ... molecules in collisional interaction. More than 800 original papers have been published in the field since the discovery of collision-induced absorption by H.L. Welsh and associates in 1949. This volume is the first attempt to present the theoretical and experimental foundations of this basic science of the interaction of radiation with
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lothar Frommhold
ISBN: 0521393450 9780521393454
OCLC Number: 26502896
Description: xii, 410 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction. 1.1. Historical sketch. 1.2. Interaction-induced absorption: the characteristics. 1.3. Significance. 1.4. Organization of the material --
2. Recapitulation. 2.1. Intermolecular potentials. 2.2. Molecular collisions. 2.3. Dimers and larger clusters. 2.4. Distribution functions. 2.5. Molecular multipoles. 2.6. Spectral transforms. 2.7. Dipole radiation. 2.8. Instrumentation --
3. Experimental results. 3.1. The translational spectra. 3.2. The rototranslational spectra. 3.3. The rotovibrational spectra. 3.4. Collision-induced emission. 3.5. Dipole autocorrelation function. 3.6. Induced spectra and allowed transitions. 3.7. Empirical line shapes. 3.8. Analysis of measured spectra --
4. Induced dipoles. 4.2. Theory. 4.3. Measurement. 4.4. Computation. 4.5. Miscellaneous remarks. 4.6. Ternary dipoles. 4.7. Asymptotic expressions --
5. Theory: monatomic gas mixtures. 5.1. Ansatz. 5.2. Spectral moments. 5.3. Virial expansion of line shape. 5.4. Dipole autocorrelation function. 5.5. Line shapes of diatomic systems. 5.6. Classical diatom line shapes. 5.7. Symmetry of line profiles. 5.8. Intercollisional interference. 5.9. Other approaches to line shape. 5.10. Model line profiles --
6. Theory: molecular gases. 6.1. Spectral moments. 6.2. Line shapes of pairs of linear molecules. 6.3. Asymmetry of line profiles. 6.4. Dipole autocorrelation function. 6.5. Intercollisional dip. 6.6. Interference of allowed and induced lines --
7. Related topics. 7.1. Collision-induced electronic spectra. 7.2. Collision-induced light scattering. 7.3. Dielectric properties of gases. 7.4. Astrophysical applications. 7.5. Other applications.
Series Title: Cambridge monographs on atomic, molecular, and chemical physics, 2.
Responsibility: Lothar Frommhold.
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