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Vibrational Studies of the Jahn-Teller Effect

  • J. A. Creighton

Abstract

Jahn and Teller1 showed in 1937 that all orbitally degenerate non-linear molecules are unstable with respect to certain types of distortion, and may be expected to distort spontaneously with consequent removal of the degeneracy. The normal coordinates q in which the instability occurs (hereafter described as Jahn-Teller active) depend on the symmetry Γ e of the degenerate electronic state, and may be identified by the rule that the symmetry species of q must be one of the non-totally symmetric species contained in the symmetric square of Γ e
$$ {\Gamma _{q}}must\,be\,contained\,in\,\left[ {\Gamma _{e}^{2}} \right]\left( {{\Gamma _{q}} \ne {a_{1}}} \right) $$
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Keywords

Raman Spectrum Depolarization Ratio Vibronic Coupling Static Distortion Vibronic Level 
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