Molecular and Laser Spectroscopy [E-Book] / by Zu-Geng Wang, Hui-Rong Xia.
Wang, Zu-Geng, (author)
Xia, Hui-Rong, (author)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1991
XI, 281 p. online resource.
englisch
9783642837180
10.1007/978-3-642-83718-0
Springer Series in Chemical Physics ; 50
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Molecular Energy States
  • 2.1 The Molecular-Motion Equation, and the Hamiltonian Operator
  • 2.2 Molecular Electronic States
  • 2.3 Molecular Vibrational Levels
  • 2.4 Molecular Rotational Levels
  • 2.5 Molecular Vibration-Rotational Levels
  • 2.6 Coupling of Molecular Rotation and Electronic Motion
  • 2.7 Perturbations
  • 2.8 Quadrupole Hyperfine Structure of Molecules
  • 2.9 Magnetic Dipole Hyperfine Structure in Molecules
  • 2.10 Isotopic Energy-Level Shifts
  • 2.11 Molecular Rydberg States
  • 3. Linear Molecular Spectroscopy
  • 3.1 Infrared Pure-Rotational Spectra
  • 3.2 Infrared Vibrational Spectra
  • 3.3 Infrared Vibration-Rotational Spectra
  • 3.4 Vibrational Band Systems of Diatomic Molecules
  • 3.5 Rotational Spectra of Electronic Bands of Diatomic Molecules
  • 3.6 Electric Quadrupole and Magnetic Dipole Hyperfine Spectra of Molecules
  • 3.7 The Goals for Experimental Studies of Molecular Spectroscopy
  • 3.8 Advances of Molecular Spectroscopy Through Linear Interaction of Molecules with Lasers
  • 4. Spectral Characteristics of Molecular Two-Photon Transitions
  • 4.1 Classification of Equal-Frequency Molecular Two-Photon Transitions
  • 4.2 Excitation Probability of a Two-Photon Transition with One Near-Resonant Enhancing Level
  • 4.3 Coarse Structure of Near-Resonantly Enhanced Molecular Two-Photon Absorption Spectra
  • 4.4 Fine Structure of Near-Resonantly Enhanced Molecular Two-Photon Transitions
  • 4.5 Line Shapes and Higher-Order Corrections for Near-Resonant Two-Photon Transitions in Three-Level Systems
  • 4.6 Molecular Two-Photon Transitions Enhanced by Mixing Levels
  • 4.7 Semiclassical Theory for a Two-Photon Transition in a Four-Level System
  • 4.8 Coherent Effects on the Line Shape of a Near-Resonant Two-Photon Transition in a Four-Level System
  • 5. Molecular Nonlinear Uncoupling Spectra with Doppler-Free Spectroscopy
  • 5.1 Doppler-Free Saturation Spectroscopy and Its Development
  • 5.2 Doppler-Free Polarization Spectroscopy and Its Development
  • 5.3 Doppler-Free Two-Photon Spectroscopy and Its Development
  • 5.4 Superhigh-Resolution Spectroscopy with Separated Fields
  • 5.5 Applications of Nonlinear High-Resolution Laser Spectroscopy to Studies of Molecular Spectra
  • 6. Molecular Nonlinear Coupling Spectral Effects
  • 6.1 Background
  • 6.2 Nonlinear Coupled Interaction in Three-Level Systems
  • 6.3 Nonlinear Coupled Interaction in Four-Level Systems
  • 6.4 Stimulated Diffuse Band Radiation via Various Excitation Processes
  • 6.5 Stimulated and Coherent Radiation by Hybrid Excitation in Molecule-Atom Ensembles
  • 6.6 Optically Pumped Stimulated Radiation Based on Molecular Electronic Transitions
  • 6.7 Lasers Based on Molecular Photodissociation
  • 6.8 Optically Pumped Far-Infrared Lasers Based on Pure Rotational Molecular Transitions
  • 6.9 Optically Pumped Mid-Infrared Laser Based on Molecular Vibration-Rotational Transitions
  • 6.10 Applications of Coherent Transient Spectroscopy in the Measurement of Molecular Parameters
  • 7. Simplification and Identification of Molecular Spectra
  • 7.1 Laser-Induced Fluorescence
  • 7.2 Population Labelling
  • 7.3 Polarization Labelling
  • 7.4 Two-Step Polarization Labelling
  • 7.5 Modulated Polarization Two-Photon Spectroscopy
  • 7.6 Molecular Energy Level Information Provided by Selective Simplified Molecular Spectra
  • 7.7 Comprehensive Identification of Equal-Frequency Molecular Two-Photon Transitions
  • References.