Notations and conventions in molecular spectroscopy: part 1. General spectroscopic notation
Schutte, C. J. H., Bertie, E., Bunker, P. R., Hougen, T., Mills, I., Watson, J. K. G. and Winnewisser, B. P. (1997) Notations and conventions in molecular spectroscopy: part 1. General spectroscopic notation. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 69 (8). pp. 1633-1639. ISSN 0033-4545
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The field of Molecular Spectroscopy was surveyed in order to determine a set of conventions and symbols which are in common use in the spectroscopic literature. This document, which is Part I in a series, establishes the notations and conventions used for general spectroscopic notations and deals with quantum mechanics, quantum numbers (vibrational states, angular momentum and energy levels), spectroscopic transitions, and miscellaneous notations (e.g. spectroscopic terms). Further parts will follow, dealing inter alia with symmetry notation, permutation and permutation-inversion symmetry notation, vibration-rotation spectroscopy and electronic spectroscopy.
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