Reference Data on Atoms, Molecules, and Ions

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  • ISBN-13: 9783642820502
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Series: Springer Series in Chemical Physics , #31
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1985
  • Pages: 466
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.97 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction.- 2. Units of Physical Quantities.- 2.1 Systems of Units in Physics.- 2.2 Fundamental Physical Constants.- 2.3 Systems of Units Based on “Natural Standards”.- 2.4 Tables of Conversion Factors.- I Atoms and Atomic Ions.- 3. Isotopic Composition, Atomic Mass Table and Atomic Weights of the Elements.- 3.1 Parameters of Stable and Long-Lived Isotopes.- 3.2 Atomic Weights of the Elements and Atomic Mass Table.- 4. Structure of Atomic Electron Shells.- 4.1 Electron Configurations and Ground-State Terms.- 4.2 The Periodic Table.- 4.3 Parameters of Wavefunctions for Valence Electrons in Atoms, Positive and Negative Ions.- 5. Energetics of Neutral Atoms.- 5.1 Ionization Potentials of Atoms.- 5.2 Quantum Defects of Atomic Rydberg States.- 5.3 Fine-Structure Splitting of Atomic Energy Levels.- 5.4 Hyperfine Structure of Atomic Energy Levels.- 5.5 Isotope Shifts of Low-Lying Atomic Levels.- 5.6 Atoms in Static Electric and Magnetic Fields. Atomic Polarizabilities and Magnetic Susceptibilities.- 6. Energetics of Atomic Ions.- 6.1 Ionization Potentials of Atomic Ions.- 6.2 Electron Affinities of Atoms.- 6.3 Energy Levels of Multiply Charged Atomic Ions.- 7. Spectroscopic Characteristics of Neutral Atoms.- 7.1 Low-Lying Atomic Terms.- 7.2 Diagrams of Atomic Energy Levels and Grotrian Diagrams.- 7.3 Atomic Oscillator Strengths in Absorption.- 7.4 Lifetimes of Resonant Excited States in Atoms.- 7.5 Energy Levels and Lifetimes for Metastable States in Atoms.- 7.6 Lifetimes of Atomic Rydberg States.- 8. Spectroscopic Characteristics of Atomic Positive Ions.- 8.1 Low-Lying Terms of Singly Ionized Atoms.- 8.2 Lifetimes of Resonant Excited States in Atomic Ions.- 8.3 Energy Levels and Lifetimes for Metastable States in Singly Ionized Atoms.- 8.4 Optical Parameters of Multiply Charged Atomic Ions.- II Molecules and Molecular Ions.- 9. Interaction Potentials Between Atomic and Molecular Species.- 9.1 Van der Waals Coefficients for Interatomic Multipole Interactions.- 9.2 Long-Range Exchange Interactions of Atoms.- 9.3 Short-Range Repulsive Interactions Between Atomic and Molecular Species.- 10. Diatomic Molecules.- 10.1 Electron Configurations of Diatomic Molecules.- 10.2 Asymptotic Parameters of Wavefunctions for Valence Electrons in Diatomic Molecules.- 10.3 Spectroscopic Constants of Diatomic Molecules.- 10.4 Potential Energy Curves.- 10.5 Ionization Potentials of Diatomic Molecules.- 10.6 Dissociation Energies of Diatomic Molecules.- 10.7 Lifetimes of Excited Electron States in Diatomic Molecules.- 10.8 Parameters of Excimer Molecules.- 10.9 Einstein Coefficients for Spontaneous Emission from Vibrationally Excited Diatomic Molecules.- 11. Diatomic Molecular Ions.- 11.1 Electron Configurations and Asymptotic Parameters of Wavefunctions for Valence Electrons in Diatomic Molecular Ions.- 11.2 Spectroscopic Constants of Diatomic Molecular Ions.- 11.3 Dissociation Energies of Diatomic Molecular Ions.- 11.4 Electron Affinities of Diatomic Molecules.- 11.5 Proton Affinities of Atoms.- 11.6 Lifetimes of Excited Electron States in Diatomic Molecular Ions.- 12. Van der Waals Molecules.- 12.1 Potential Well Parameters of Van der Waals Molecules.- 12.2 Potential Well Parameters of Van der Waals Molecular Ions.- 12.3 Ionization Potentials of Van der Waals Molecules.- 13. Polyatomic Molecules.- 13.1 Constants of Triatomic Molecules.- 13.2 Ionization Potentials of Polyatomic Molecules.- 13.3 Bond Dissociation Energies of Polyatomic Molecules.- 13.4 Lifetimes of Vibrationally Excited Polyatomic Molecules.- 14. Polyatomic Molecular Ions.- 14.1 Bond Dissociation Energies of Complex Positive Ions.- 14.2 Bond Dissociation Energies of Complex Negative Ions.- 14.3 Electron Affinities of Polyatomic Molecules.- 14.4 Proton Affinities of Molecules.- 15. Electrical Properties of Molecules.- 15.1 Dipole Moments of Molecules.- 15.2 Molecular Polarizabilities.- 15.3 Quadrupole Moments of Molecules.- Mathematical Appendices.- A. Coefficients of Fractional Parentage.- B. Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients.
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