Free download Molecular Spectroscopy (2nd edition) written by Jeanne L. McHale in pdf.
The first edition of Molecular Spectroscopy was coaxed from a pile of lecture notes that I had written for my graduate spectroscopy class at the University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. At the time it was published in 1999, there were many books about traditional high-resolution spectroscopy of small molecules in the gas phase.
Influenced—or, perhaps, biased—by my own research interests, I felt that the topic of condensed phase spectroscopy was not being adequately covered. It became my pleasure and burden to try to provide this coverage, thus spreading my bias as well as my enthusiasm and modest expertise for the study of the interaction of light and matter.
Since the publication of the first edition, spectroscopic applications in fields such as materials science, biology, solar energy conversion, and environmental science have intensified the need for a textbook that prepares researchers to handle systems far more complex than isolated gas phase molecules.
The second edition of Molecular Spectroscopy benefits from many years of vetting of the first edition by students and instructors, whose feedback is gratefully acknowledged. As in the first edition, this book aims to present the theoretical foundations of traditional and modern spectroscopy methods and provide a bridge from theory to experimental applications. Emphasis continues to be placed on the use of time-dependent theory to link the spectral response in the frequency domain to the behavior of molecules in the time domain.
This link is made stronger by the addition of two new chapters: Chapter 13 on nonlinear optical spectroscopy and Chapter 14 on time-resolved spectroscopy, both of which go beyond the linear spectroscopy regime that is the subject of the first 12 chapters. Chapter 13 provides the quantum mechanical basis for nonlinear spectroscopy from several different theoretical vantage points, whereas Chapter 14 enters the realm of real time to uncover the dynamics concealed in spectral lineshapes.
- Introduction and review
- The nature of electromagnetic radiation
- Electric and magnetic properties of molecules and bulk matter
- Time-dependent perturbation theory of spectroscopy
- The time-dependent approach to spectroscopy
- Experimental considerations: Absorption, emission, and scattering
- Atomic spectroscopy
- Rotational spectroscopy
- Vibrational spectroscopy of diatomics
- Vibrational spectroscopy of polyatomic molecules
- Electronic spectroscopy
- Raman and resonance Raman spectroscopy
- Nonlinear optical spectroscopy
- Time-resolved spectroscopy
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