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Introduction to Modern Vibrational Spectroscopyby Max Diem
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Practical and up-to-date, it incorporates some theoretical background material necessary to understand vibrational spectroscopy principles in addition to computational methods, instrumental aspects, novel developments and a number of detailed examples for vibrational spectra interpretations. Features a chapter on biological applications of vibrational spectroscopy and one devoted to a new branch of vibrational spectroscopy carried out with circularly polarized light.
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A text for a course in modern vibrational spectroscopy for advanced undergraduates who have had an introductory course in quantum chemistry and have been exposed to group theoretical concepts in an inorganic chemistry course, or for graduate students who have passed a graduate level course in quantum chemistry. The text incorporates some theoretical background material that is necessary for the understanding of the principles of vibrational spectroscopy, in addition to computational methods, instrumental aspects, novel developments, and a number of relatively detailed examples for the interpretations of vibrational spectra.
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Table of Contents
Results from Quantum Mechanics.
Symmetry of Molecular Vibrations.
Introduction to Raman Spectroscopy.
Instrumentation for the Observation of Vibrational Spectra.
Vibrational Spectra of Selected Small Molecules.
Biophysical Applications of Vibrational Spectroscopy.
Vibrational Optical Activity.
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