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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-v
  2. W. Hüttner, J. Demaison
    Pages 1-5
  3. W. Hüttner, J. Demaison
    Pages 6-30
  4. J. Vogt
    Pages 31-32
  5. J. Vogt
    Pages 33-33
  6. J. Vogt
    Pages 39-39
  7. J. Vogt
    Pages 40-41
  8. J. Vogt
    Pages 47-47
  9. J. Vogt
    Pages 53-54
  10. J. Vogt
    Pages 56-57
  11. J. Vogt
    Pages 60-60
  12. J. Vogt
    Pages 61-61
  13. J. Vogt
    Pages 62-62
  14. J. Vogt
    Pages 63-66
  15. J. Vogt
    Pages 71-72
  16. J. Vogt
    Pages 73-73
  17. J. Vogt
    Pages 79-80
  18. J. Vogt
    Pages 81-83
  19. J. Vogt
    Pages 87-89
  20. J. Vogt
    Pages 103-103
  21. J. Vogt
    Pages 104-104
  22. J. Vogt
    Pages 105-105
  23. J. Vogt
    Pages 106-106
  24. J. Vogt
    Pages 107-108
  25. J. Vogt
    Pages 109-109
  26. J. Vogt
    Pages 110-110
  27. J. Vogt
    Pages 111-114

About this book

Introduction

This is subvolume D (appearing in three parts, D1, D2, and D3) of the Landolt-Börnstein Volume II/29 “Molecular Constants Mostly from Microwave, Molecular Beam, and Sub-Doppler Laser Spectroscopy”, which is planned to appear as a series A, B, C, D1, D2, D3 for the diamagnetic, and E for the paramagnetic diatomic and paramagnetic polyatomic species, respectively. Like in the preceding volumes II/24 and II/19, which have appeared in the years around 1999 and 1992, respectively, the diamagnetic substances are arranged in the manner suggested by Hill (“Hill's system”, 1900), meaning an almost strict alphabetical order; details are given in the General Introduction on the following pages. The ionic species are included in the alphabetical arrangement of the neutral ones in each table. In the preface to the previous volume II/24 we had noted: It is somewhat surprising that the trend of reducing spectroscopic activities in universities and other research institutes has not led to a lower production rate of pertinent molecular literature data during the last say ten years. It seems that the opposite is true. The number of studies of Van der Waals complexes is still increasing, and naturally also their complexity. Similarly, the “normal” molecules studied under high-resolution conditions became more complicated and flexible, and interesting effects like inner hydrogen bonding have been investigated. The number of figures used to illustrate the molecular conformational structures is, therefore, also larger than in the foregoing volumes.

Keywords

asymmetric top molecules molecular constants molecule molecules rotational parameters spectroscopic constants

Editors and affiliations

  • W. Hüttner
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für QuanteninformationsverarbeitungUniversität UlmUlmGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-10371-1
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-10370-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-10371-1
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9530
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