Raman Scattering Cross Sections in Gases and Liquids

  • H. W. Schrötter
  • H. W. Klöckner
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 11)

Abstract

The photographic technique of recording high-resolution Raman spectra of gases allows the precise measurement of wavenumber shifts and the accurate determination of molecular constants derived therefrom. The corresponding methods and results are treated in Chap.3 for pure rotational and in Chap.2 for rotational-vibrational Raman spectra.

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Chapter 4

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