# Browse Abstracts & Presentations - 2021 International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy by Subject "Fundamental interest"

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Badger’s rule originally described a non-linear relationship between the equilibrium bond length and force constant for diatomic molecules. This rule has since become synonymous with many different relationships between ...

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The CaX family of diatomic molecules illustrates concepts developed by inorganic chemists to rationalize the properties of metal-centered complexes. The basic idea is that an atom or an atomic-ion is surrounded by ligands, ...

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The electronic excited states of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are especially interesting and high-resolution laser spectroscopy is very powerful to elucidate molecular structure and excited-state dynamics. We ...

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Trans-stilbene os og great interest in the excited-state dynamics such as cis-trans isomerization in the electronic excited state. Zewail at al. reported the results of time-resolved spectroscopy and suggested its nonplanar ...

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Recent experiments have successfully laser cooled a variety of molecules, including diatomic, linear triatomic, and symmetric top species [1-3]. Laser cooling and trapping can require repeatedly scattering more than 10,000 ...

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Plasmonic metal nanoparticles exhibit strong and tunable light-matter interactions which have enabled a variety of applications. Alongside their strong linear extinction, plasmonic nanoparticles have also been noted for ...

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The electronic structure of CaO is complex due to the large number of low-lying energy states and a multitude of rovibronic interactions among them. Several vibrionic bands of the $A’^{1}\Pi-X^{1}\Sigma^{+}$ CaO have been ...

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Spectroscopic constants of molecules characterize the unique fingerprints of molecules and atoms. In particular, for diatomic molecules, spectroscopic constants encapsulate essential information about different applications ...

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The alkaline earth monohalides are molecules of interest in fields such as astrophysics, high-temperature chemistry, chemiluminescent reactions, spectroscopy, computational chemistry, and cold molecule trapping. The ...

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• (International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, 2021-06-22)
The alkaline earth monohalides are molecules of interest in fields such as astrophysics, high-temperature chemistry, chemiluminescent reactions, spectroscopy, computational chemistry, and cold molecule trapping. The ...

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