Published March 28, 1998
by An American Chemical Society Publication .
Written in English
|Contributions||Amy S. Mullin (Editor), George C. Schatz (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
Dynamics of highly excited states in chemistry: an overview --Amy S. Mullin and George C. Schatz / Filter diagonalization: a general approach for calculating high-energy eigenstates and eigenfunctions and for extracting frequencies from a general signal / Daniel Neuhauser --Spectral analysis of the HO₂ molecule / Jörg Main, Christof Jung. This book is an introduction to the physics of highly excited, easily perturbed or interacting atoms. The book begins with a brief introduction to the traditional view of electron shells and their properties, and then goes on to discuss Rydberg states, quantum defect theory, atomic f-values, centrifugal barrier effects, autoionisation, inner shell and double excitation spectra, K-matrix theory Cited by: Book Description. Laser spectroscopy has been perfected over the last fifteen years to become a precise tool for the investigation of highly vibrationally excited molecules. Intense infrared laser radiation permits both the multiple-photon resonant excitation and the dissociation of polyatomic molecules. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Integrating both theoretical and experimental approaches, this unique book examines transition states and chemical reactivity, and will be a useful tool for anyone studying the chemical dynamics, nature, and behavior of molecules in an excited state.
This book is comprised of eight chapters and examines the decomposition of molecules and molecular ions as well as mildly excited (valence shell excitation) . The status of research in the Physics of Highly Excited Atoms and Ions is covered in this monograph. It includes today's approaches and methods for describing isolated Rydberg atoms and ions, radiative transitions between highly excited states, and photoionization and photorecombination processes. The authors present a number of efficient methods for the calculations in the theory of Cited by: Molecules, the 'sequel' to Elements: A Visual Exploration of Every Known Atom in the Universe, isn't quite as good as the original but still a fascinating main draw for the book are the outstanding photos on every single page. For instance, the chapter on colours is page after page of eye-popping photos of dyes, fruit, minerals and other assorted colourful objects/5. VIBRATIONALLY MODE COUPLING James S. Wong HIGHLY EXCITED MOLECULES AND INTRAMOLECULAR THROUGH HIGH OVERTONE SPECTROSCOPY and C. Bradley Moore Department of Chemistry, University of California and M a t e r i a l s and M o l e c u l a r R e s e a r c h D i v i s i o n, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California Berkeley, CA USA A b s t r Cited by: 3.
We review the present status of the dynamical reaction theory, which is based on the concepts of the Arnold webs and normally hyperbolic invariant manifolds (NHIMs). First, we discuss reaction processes under laser fields where the Arnold web in the potential well is nonuniform. In particular, we present the possibility of controlling reaction processes utilizing cooperative effects of laser Author: Mikito Toda. A model for impulsive mode–mode energy transfer in highly vibrationally excited molecules Richard P. Muller, John S. Hutchinson, Thomas A. Holme The Journal of Chemical Physics 90 (8), A portion of this material was presented at the Fifth International Conference on Atomic Physics, Berkeley, and appears in the paper, “Highly Excited Atoms, ” by D. Kleppner in Atomic Physics, Vol. 5, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Atomic Physics, Eds. R. Marrus, H. A. Shugart, and M. H. Prior, Plenum Press, New York ().Cited by: 4. In this article the dynamic features of the highly excited vibrational states of the hypochlorous acid (HOCl) non-integrable system are studied using the dynamic potential and Lyapunov exponent approaches. On the condition that the resonance between the H–O stretching and H–O–Cl bending modes accompany the Fermi resonance between the O–Cl stretching and H–O–Cl bending modes Author: Aixing Wang, Chao Fang, Yibao Liu.