Free download Modern Spectroscopy (4th edition) authored by J. Michael Hollas in pdf.
Modern Spectroscopy has been written to fulfil a need for an up-to-date text on spectroscopy. It is aimed primarily at a typical undergraduate audience in chemistry, chemical physics, or physics in the United Kingdom and at undergraduate and graduate student audiences elsewhere.
In planning a book of this type I encountered three major problems. The first is that of covering the analytical as well as the more fundamental aspects of the subject. The importance of the applications of spectroscopy to analytical chemistry cannot be overstated, but the use of many of the available techniques does not necessarily require a detailed understanding of the processes involved. I have tried to refer to experimental methods and analytical applications where relevant.
One of the more obvious changes from the second edition which Modern Spectroscopy has undergone concerns the page size. The consequent new format of the pages is much less crowded and more user friendly.
Much of the additional material is taken up by what I have called ‘Worked examples’. These are sample problems, which are mostly calculations, with answers given in some detail. There are seventeen of them scattered throughout the book in positions in the text appropriate to the theory which is required.
I believe that these will be very useful in demonstrating to the reader how problems should be tackled. In the calculations, I have paid particular attention to the number of significant figures retained and to the correct use of units. I have stressed the importance of putting in the units in a calculation.
- Some important results in quantum mechanics
- Electromagnetic radiation and its interaction with atoms and molecules
- General features of experimental methods
- Molecular symmetry
- Rotational spectroscopy
- Vibrational spectroscopy
- Electronic spectroscopy
- Photoelectron and related spectroscopies
- Lasers and laser spectroscopy
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