SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF SYNTHETIC AND

... of them are attributed to splitting of electronic spin-allowed 5T2g5Eg transitions of ...

... of them are attributed to splitting of electronic spin-allowed 5T2g5Eg transitions of ...

Anexo I. Modelos teóricos de análisis de sistemas de valencia mixta.

... Cuando el dador y el aceptor interactúan (débilmente: sistema de Clase II), los estados inicial y final se mezclan o combinan causando una distorsión en la curva de energía potencial. La energía de activación térmica (Eterm = ΔG#) se hace más pequeña, aumentando la magnitud de la integral de resonan ...

... Cuando el dador y el aceptor interactúan (débilmente: sistema de Clase II), los estados inicial y final se mezclan o combinan causando una distorsión en la curva de energía potencial. La energía de activación térmica (Eterm = ΔG#) se hace más pequeña, aumentando la magnitud de la integral de resonan ...

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... The calculation of molecular optical two-photon processes (fluorescence and Raman spectra and two-photon absorption) in large anharmonic molecules is one of the fundamental problems in molecular dynamics and spectroscopy. Recent experiments, particularly involving ultracold molecules in supersonic b ...

... The calculation of molecular optical two-photon processes (fluorescence and Raman spectra and two-photon absorption) in large anharmonic molecules is one of the fundamental problems in molecular dynamics and spectroscopy. Recent experiments, particularly involving ultracold molecules in supersonic b ...

Photoelectron Spectroscopy of SO3 at 355 and 266 nm

... of single-reference correlation treatments.42,43 Since T1 was found to be less than 0.02, the single-reference correlation treatment used in these MP2 and CCSD(T) calculations should be reasonable. The calculated planar geometry of SO3 is compared with experimental results reported in the literature ...

... of single-reference correlation treatments.42,43 Since T1 was found to be less than 0.02, the single-reference correlation treatment used in these MP2 and CCSD(T) calculations should be reasonable. The calculated planar geometry of SO3 is compared with experimental results reported in the literature ...

Tunnelling ionization of deep centres in high

... energy. This effect was first observed in the photoconductive signal of semiconductors doped with deep impurities in response to high-power terahertz radiation [3]. The measurements were carried out on impurity centres with no direct coupling of light to localized vibrational modes. The ionization m ...

... energy. This effect was first observed in the photoconductive signal of semiconductors doped with deep impurities in response to high-power terahertz radiation [3]. The measurements were carried out on impurity centres with no direct coupling of light to localized vibrational modes. The ionization m ...

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... Resonant modes of an isolated dielectric electromagnetic cavity [Fig. 3(a)], or those of the compound resonator [Figs. 3(c) and 3(d)], may be computed numerically using a complexfrequency mode solver [19]. Since the supermode pole distribution of a compound resonator is the result of two effects – f ...

... Resonant modes of an isolated dielectric electromagnetic cavity [Fig. 3(a)], or those of the compound resonator [Figs. 3(c) and 3(d)], may be computed numerically using a complexfrequency mode solver [19]. Since the supermode pole distribution of a compound resonator is the result of two effects – f ...

Attosecond real time observation of ionization and electron

... For many intra-atomic processes, femtosecond temporal resolution is not yet satisfactory. Attosecond science holds the promise to push the available temporal resolution by at least an order of magnitude and allows extending conventional ultrafast spectroscopy and strong-field coherent control from t ...

... For many intra-atomic processes, femtosecond temporal resolution is not yet satisfactory. Attosecond science holds the promise to push the available temporal resolution by at least an order of magnitude and allows extending conventional ultrafast spectroscopy and strong-field coherent control from t ...

CHAPTER 3 MICROWAVE DIAGNOSTICS

... where vpe is the electron plasma frequency. Other potential complicating effects such as harmonic overlap, relativistic broadening and downshifts, polarization scrambling, and nonthermal populations can occur and are discussed in the literature.14,15,31–33 In the case of relativistic downshifts, the ...

... where vpe is the electron plasma frequency. Other potential complicating effects such as harmonic overlap, relativistic broadening and downshifts, polarization scrambling, and nonthermal populations can occur and are discussed in the literature.14,15,31–33 In the case of relativistic downshifts, the ...

# Electron paramagnetic resonance

Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) or electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy is a technique for studying materials with unpaired electrons. The basic concepts of EPR are analogous to those of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), but it is electron spins that are excited instead of the spins of atomic nuclei. EPR spectroscopy is particularly useful for studying metal complexes or organic radicals. EPR was first observed in Kazan State University by Soviet physicist Yevgeny Zavoisky in 1944, and was developed independently at the same time by Brebis Bleaney at the University of Oxford.