Notations and conventions in molecular spectroscopy: part 3. Permutation and permutation-inversion symmetry notation
Bunker, P. R., Schutte, C. J. H., Hougen, J. T., Mills, I., Watson, J. K. G. and Winnewisser, B. P. (1997) Notations and conventions in molecular spectroscopy: part 3. Permutation and permutation-inversion symmetry notation. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 69 (8). pp. 1651-1657. 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 3 in a series, deals with symmetry notation referring to groups that involve nuclear permutations and the inversion operation. Further parts will follow, dealing inter alia with vibration-rotation spectroscopy and electronic spectroscopy.
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