The Physics of Atoms and Quanta. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Hermann Haken Hans Christoph Wolf. Molecular Physics and Elements of. Quantum Chemistry. Introduction to Experiments and Theory. Translated by William. Haken, H. [Atom- und Quantenphysik. English] The physics of atoms and quanta: introduction to experiments and theory 1 Hermann Haken, Hans Christoph Wolf.

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The new methods and results which are most significant for students are treated extensively in this second edition. Among these are in particular single-molecule spectroscopy and the field of molecular electronics, which is in a stage of rapid development, including the areas of electroluminescence and organic light-emitting diodes.

In addition, we have extended and corrected the earlier material in a number of places. We have also included exercises in this new edition; they will allow students to deepen their understanding and offer a basis for further individual study.

The complete solutions to the exercises can be found on the Internet under. We are grateful to Mr.

Bachem and Dr. Schneider of the SpringerVerlag for their continuous and very agreeable cooperation during the preparation of the book. We thank our colleague Prof. Brewer for his competent translation.

Stuttgart, February H.

Wolf Preface to the First Edition This textbook is intended for use by students of physics, physical chemistry, and theoretical chemistry. The reader is presumed to have a basic knowledge of atomic and quantum physics at the level provided, for example, by the first few chapters in our book The Physics of Atoms and Quanta.

The student of physics will find here material which should be included in the basic education of every physicist. This book should furthermore allow students to acquire an appreciation of the breadth and variety within the field of molecular physics and its future as a fascinating area of research.

For the student of chemistry, the concepts introduced in this book will provide a theoretical framework for that entire field of study. With the help of these concepts, it is at least in principle possible to reduce the enormous body of empirical chemical knowledge to a few fundamental rules: those of quantum mechanics.

In addition, modem physical methods whose fundamentals are introduced here are becoming increasingly important in chemistry and now represent indispensable tools for the chemist. As examples, we might mention the structural analysis of complex organic compounds, spectroscopic investigation of very rapid reaction processes or, as a practical application, the remote detection of pollutants in the air.

The present textbook concerns itself with two inseparably connected themes: chemical bonding and the physical properties of molecules. Both have become understandable through quantum mechanics, which had its first successes in the elucidation of atomic structure. While the question of chemical bonding is mainly connected with the ground state of the electrons and its energy as a function of the internuclear separation of the bonded atoms, an explanation of other physical properties of molecules generally requires consideration of excited states.

These can refer both to the electronic motions and to those of the nuclei.

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The theoretical investigation of these themes thus requires the methods of quantum mechanics, and their experimental study is based on spectroscopic methods, in which electromagnetic waves over a wide spectral range serve as probes. In this way, it becomes possible to obtain information on the structure of a molecule, on its electronic wavefunctions and on its rotations and vibrations.

We include here the theoretical and experimental determination of binding energies and the energies of excited states.

In the theoretical treatment, we shall meet not only concepts familiar from atomic physics, but also quite new ones, among them the Hartree-Fock approximation, the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, and the use of symmetry properties VIII Preface to the First Edition in group theory. These ideas likewise fonn the basis of the quantum theory of solids, which is thus intimately connected to molecular physics. In spite of the central importance held by the combination of molecular physics and quantum chemistry, there previously has been no textbook with the aim we have set for the present one.

That fact, along with the extremely positive reception of our introductory text The Physics of Atoms and Quanta by students, teachers and reviewers, has stimulated us to write this book.Jones The smallest volume arithmetic hyperbolic 3-manifold, Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa 30 , 1— Research Notices, volume , article ID rnm, 24 pages, doi General Laws of Optical Transitions.

Annalen , 31— Other Related Materials 59 pages. Historical Remarks.


Bachem and Dr. We wish to thank Prof. Long On the virtual Betti numbers of arithmetic hyperbolic 3—manifolds, Geometry and Topology 11 —

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