## Basic Principles of Spectroscopy |

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An equation of motion for these systems must incorporate both particle and wave

properties, and such an equation was given by

mechanics the total energy E of a conservative system is equal to its kinetic ...

An equation of motion for these systems must incorporate both particle and wave

properties, and such an equation was given by

**Schrödinger**in 1926. In classicalmechanics the total energy E of a conservative system is equal to its kinetic ...

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The only chemical system for which the

exactly is the hydrogen atom. In general, the quantum mechanical treatment of

atoms and molecules can be very complex even when the approximate methods

are ...

The only chemical system for which the

**Schrödinger**equation can be Solvedexactly is the hydrogen atom. In general, the quantum mechanical treatment of

atoms and molecules can be very complex even when the approximate methods

are ...

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... 188 S branch, 168

time-independent equation, 6, 10, 16, 18, 45, 64, 112 Screening constant, 57

Selection rules, 19–23 in atomic spectroscopy, 190 in electronic spectroscopy,

190, ...

... 188 S branch, 168

**Schrödinger**time-dependent equation, 6, 20**Schrödinger**time-independent equation, 6, 10, 16, 18, 45, 64, 112 Screening constant, 57

Selection rules, 19–23 in atomic spectroscopy, 190 in electronic spectroscopy,

190, ...

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### Contents

PREFACE | 1 |

MOLECULAR SYMMETRY AND GROUP THEORY | 31 |

NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY | 52 |

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