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by William Weltner Jr.

eBook Magnetic Atoms and Molecules (Dover Books on Physics and Chemistry) download ISBN: 0486661407
Author: William Weltner Jr.
Publisher: Dover Publications (November 1, 1989)
Language: English
Pages: 436
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Chemistry

Series: Dover Books on Physics and Chemistry. Paperback: 436 pages.

Series: Dover Books on Physics and Chemistry. Publisher: Dover Publications (November 1, 1989). The bulk of the book goes through a careful analysis of experimental EPR results for representative systems, paying careful attention to the physical sources of interactions observed in the spectra.

Magnetic Atoms and Molecules. ISBN 10: 0442292066, ISBN 13: 9780442292065. Condition: Fine Hardcover. List this Seller's Books.

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Small trapped molecules exhibit properties similar to those for free molecules and a variety of studies . W. Weltner, J. Magnetic Atoms and Molecules (Dover Books on Physics and Chemistry) (Dover Publications, 1990)

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This book has long been recognized as one of the most satisfactory introductions to atomic spectra and their relationship to atomic structure. It is especially valuable to physics and physical chemists who are specialists in other fields, but require a comprehensive basic knowledge of atomic spectra because of their significance to their own work. Treatment throughout is physical rather than mathematical, with experiment serving as a starting point for theory. Complex mathematics are avoided; results of calculation are accepted without proof, while references are given to places where detailed.

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This is an important textbook for the student studying high spin systems.
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Just as its title implies, this book is devoted to electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) properties of atoms and molecules containing unpaired electrons. Written by one of the most senior, and best known, authorities on EPR of small molecules, it is unique in its hands-on approach to the understanding and analysis of the experimental EPR spectra. Started as a practical introduction into the theory of EPR spectra for new co-workers arriving to Prof. Weltner's laboratory, this book enables a student or scientist already comfortable with the concepts of spin and quantum mechanics, but not yet intimate with the field of EPR, to enter this new area as rapidly, and as painlessly as possible. The bulk of the book goes through a careful analysis of experimental EPR results for representative systems, paying careful attention to the physical sources of interactions observed in the spectra. A special emphasis, lacking in most other sources, is given to the relationship between gas-phase and matrix isolation experiments. The book is accompanied by a comprehensive review of experimental data for small molecules published before 1983. Although somewhat dated, this data is still immensely useful, and is not easy to find otherwise. This book will is a welcome, and little known, addition to a bookshelf of any researcher working in the field.