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by Lev Aleksandrovich Gribov,W. J. Orville-Thomas,W.J. Orville-Thomas

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Lev Aleksandrovich Gribov,W. J. Orville-Thomas,W.J. Orville-Thomas
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John Wiley & Sons Ltd (September 28, 1988)
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Lev Aleksandrovich Gribov, . Orville-Thomas, W. J. Orville-Thomas Theory and Methods of Calculatio.

Lev Aleksandrovich Gribov, .

Orville-Thomas, W. 1921-. Rubrics: Molecular spectra. Download now Theory and methods of calculation of molecular spectra . Orville-Thomas: Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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A. Gribov and W. Orville-Thomas, Theory and Methods of Calculation of Molecular Spectra, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester-New York (1988). 9. L. A. Gribov, V. I. Baranov, and D. Yu. Zelentsov, al Spectra of Polyatomic Molecules. Theory and Methods of Calculation, Nauka, Moscow (1997). 10. Gribov and A. Pavlyuchko, Variational Methods of Solution of Anharmonic Problems in the Theory of Vibrational Spectra of Molecules, Nauka, Moscow (1997).

Theory and Methods of Calculation of Molecular Spectra. Methods for carrying out computer calculations of the vibrations of molecules are discussed. Principles and methods of processing of information by molecular systems. Algorithms making it possible to obtain highly accurate (to a harmonic approximation) computer solutions to problems encountered in the theory of molecular vibrations are presented. The calculations are used in plotting theoretical spectral curves of infrared absorption and Raman scattering. FORTRAN programs are included in their entirety.

Material type: BookPublisher: New york John wiley 1988Description: xvii, 636p. Subject(s): Molecular spectroscopyDDC classification: 53. 4 N88. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Lev A. Gribov, W. OrvilleThomas. The fundamental spectrum and the parameters of the potential function of a number of saturated hydrocarbon molecules are calculated in an anharmonic approximation

Theory and methods of calculation of molecular spectra. General problems of methodology of spectrum analysis of complex molecules and the theory development trends general principles of calculating the electron and vibration energy levels in polyatomi. More). The fundamental spectrum and the parameters of the potential function of a number of saturated hydrocarbon molecules are calculated in an anharmonic approximation. The calculation is performed by th. Evolution arrow in the origin of the biosphere.

L. Orville-Thomas, Theory and Method of Calculation of Molecular Spectra, Wiley, New York (1988); L. Gribov, From Spectra to Chemical Reactions, URSS, Moscow (2001), in Russian. D. Giulini, E. Joos, C. Kiefer, J. Kupsch, I. -O. Stamatescu, H. Zeh, Decoherence and the Appearance of a Classical World in Quantum Theory, Springer, Berlin (1996).

Theory and methods of calculation of molecular spectra (J. Wiley and Sons, Chichester, 1988). 3. Keresztury, . Billes, . Kubinyi, . Sundius, . Phys. A102, 1371-1380 (1998). 4. Geidel, . Mol.

In recent years there has been a sharp increase in the potential value of molecular spectroscopy as a method for investigating the structure and properties of polyatomic molecules, molecular associates, polymers, crystals, and so on. This is largely due to the improved efficiency and accuracy of techniques, and to the advance in theory and computational algorithms used for calculation. This book is a discussion of the theory and methods of calculation suitable for computer solution of electronic, electronic-vibrational and vibrational spectra of large molecules. New problems are examined and special attention is paid to inverse spectral problems and the calculation of molecular integrals. Many worked examples are included. The work should be of interest to physicists specializing in chemical physics, molecular physics and quantum optics, physical chemists, spectroscopists and molecular biologists.