Molecular Physics - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780124760431, 9781483191782

Molecular Physics

2nd Edition

Methods of Experimental Physics

Editors: Dudley Williams
eBook ISBN: 9781483191782
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th March 1974
Page Count: 584
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Description

Methods of Experimental Physics, Volume 3, Part B: Molecular Physics, Second Edition presents the basic principles of electron spin resonance spectrometers and the electron spin resonance spectroscopy. This four-chapter text addresses the concept of thermal equilibrium and relaxation.
Some of the topics covered in the book are the features of nuclear quadrupole resonance spectrometers; basic principles of radio-frequency spectrometers; computer methods in magnetic resonance; components of electron spin resonance spectrometer systems; and the resonance condition. Other chapters deal with the ionization potential of free radicals, the electron affinities by mass spectrometric methods, and the experimental methods for determining appearance potentials. The discussion then shifts to the theory of the incoherent neutron scattering and its application to molecular dynamics. The final chapter is devoted to the spectrometer operation and design.
The book can provide useful information to chemists, physicists, students, and researchers.

Table of Contents


Contents of Volume 3, Part B

Contributors to Volume 3, Part B

Foreword

Contents of Volume 3, Part A

Contributors to Volume 3, Part A

4. Resonance Studies

4.1. Introduction to Magnetic Resonance

4.1.1. The Resonance Condition

4.1.2. Thermal Equilibrium and Relaxation

4.1.3. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

4.1.4. Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy

4.1.5. Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance

4.2. Basic Principles of Radio-frequency Spectrometers

4.2.1. The Bloch Equations

4.2.2. Continuous Wave Spectrometers

4.2.3. Pulsed Spectrometers

4.2.4. Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectrometers

4.3. Basic Principles of Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometers

4.3.1. Principles of Operation

4.3.2. Overall Spectrometer Systems

4.3.3. Components of Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometer Systems

4.4. Computer Methods in Magnetic Resonance

5. Mass Spectrometry

5.1. Introduction

5.1.1. Ionization Potentials

5.1.2. Experimental Methods for Determining Appearance Potentials

5.2. Molecular Structural Applications

5.2.1. Molecular Ionization Potentials

5.2.2. The Ionization Potentials of Free Radicals

5.2.3. Bond Dissociation Energies

5.2.4. Electron Affinities by Mass Spectrometric Methods

5.2.5. High-Temperature Chemistry Studies

5.3. Chemical Kinetics

5.3.1. Detection of Free Radicals in Thermal Reactions

5.3.2. Detection of Free Radicals in Photochemical Reactions

5.3.3. Fast Reactions by Mass Spectrometry

5.3.4. Ion-Molecule Reactions

6. Molecular Beam Spectroscopy

6.1. Introduction

6.1.1. Beam Deflection Experiments

6.1.2. Beam Absorption Spectrometers

6.1.3. Beam Resonance Spectrometers

6.1.4. Beam Maser Spectrometers

6.1.5. Beam Translational Spectroscopy

6.2. Methods and Experimental Foundations

6.2.1. Sources

6.2.2. Detectors

6.2.3. Deflection, Focusing, and State Selection Using Inhomogeneous Electric and Magnetic Fields

6.2.4. Spectrometer Operation and Design

6.2.5. The Transition Process

6.3. Nonresonance Experiments

6.3.1. Deflection Studies

6.3.2. Time-of-Flight Experiments on Metastable Molecules

6.4. Resonance Experiments

6.4.1. Electric Resonance of Diatomic Molecules in 1Σ States

6.4.2. Magnetic Resonance of Diatomic Molecules in λΣ States

6.4.3. Molecules in Metastable, Excited, Electronic States

6.4.4. Electric and Magnetic Resonance Studies of Polyatomic Molecules

6.4.5. Beam Maser Spectroscopy

6.4.6. Miscellaneous

Addendum

7. Recently Developed Methods of Investigation

7.1. Photoelectric Spectroscopy

7.1.1. Photoionization and Photoelectron Spectroscopy

7.1.2. Low-Energy Photoelectron Spectroscopy

7.1.3. High-Energy Photoelectron Spectroscopy

7.2. Inelastic Electron Scattering

7.2.1. Introduction

7.2.2. Born Approximation

7.2.3. Apparatus

7.2.4. Relative Intensities

7.2.5. Absolute Intensities. Collision Cross Sections. Technique

7.2.6. Limiting Oscillator Strengths. Theory 901

7.2.7. Limiting Oscillator Strengths. Experimental Determination

7.2.8. Discrepancies and Contradictions

7.2.9. Scattering at Larger Angles. Deviations from the Born Approximation. Extended Selection Rules

7.2.10. Scattering at Low Kinetic Energies

7.2.11. Other Methods and Procedures

Appendix: Units

7.3. Inelastic Neutron Scattering

7.3.1. Introduction

7.3.2. Theory of the Incoherent Neutron Scattering and Its Application to Molecular Dynamics

7.3.3. Experimental Techniques of Neutron Spectroscopy

7.3.4. Applications of Neutron Spectroscopy to Studies of Molecular Motions in Solid and Liquid Phases

Author Index for Volumes A and B

Subject Index for Volumes A and B

Details

No. of pages:
584
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1974
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483191782

About the Editor

Dudley Williams

Affiliations and Expertise

Ohio State University

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