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Debye P. (ed.) — The Structure of Molecules. Transl W Deans
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Название: The Structure of Molecules. Transl W Deans

Автор: Debye P. (ed.)

Аннотация:

For the fourth time it was found possible,thanks to support from the Ministry of Education of Saxony, to hold a small and intimate conference in Leipzig on a specialized subject. Owing to the kindness of the lecturers and the enterprise of the publishing
firm of S.Hirzel,the proceedings of the conference have again been made available to a wider public in book form. The papers on this occasion dealt with problems of molecular
structure.The general purpose and hence the contents of this book will be best summarized by a brief account of the programme which determined the choice of the papers.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 1st edition

Год издания: 1932

Количество страниц: 190

Добавлена в каталог: 09.08.2009

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Предметный указатель
"Active" vibration      28
"Diatomic" molecules      43
"Hardening" effect      33 34
"Inactive" vibration      28 32
"Promoted" electrons      168
"Rigidity" of bond      40
"Rigidity" of molecular form      54
"Triatomic" cyanogen compounds      43
"Triatomic" halogen derivatives      45
"Triatomic" molecules      44
"United atom"      157 159 161 168 173
$\delta$-electrons      160
$\Lambda$-doubling      150 156
$\pi$-electrons      35 160
$\pi$-vibration      42
$\sigma$-electrons      35 160
$\sigma$-vibration      42
Absorption and dissociation      98 99 102
Absorption of benzyl chloride      11
Absorption of stilbene dichloride      8 10 11
Absorption of succinic acid derivatives      8—10
Absorption spectra      121 et seq
Absorption spectra and temperature      124 125 128 129 136 140 141
Absorption spectra continuous regions in      101 106 107 112 121
Absorption spectrum of acetaldehyde      123—124
Absorption spectrum of acetylene      30 31
Absorption spectrum of carbon disulphide      128—131
Absorption spectrum of carbon monosulpbide      129
Absorption spectrum of carbon monoxide      129
Absorption spectrum of formaldehyde      126—127
Absorption spectrum of metallic vapours      112
Absorption spectrum of methane      31
Absorption spectrum of nitrogen peroxide      25 131—134
Absorption spectrum of water vapour      31
Absorption spectrum of xenon      115
Acetaldehyde, absorption spectrum of      123—124
Acetaldehyde, predissociation of      122—124
Acetylene and nitrogen, similarity of      31 176 180
Acetylene type of molecule      47 48 49
Acetylene, absorption spectrum of      30 31
Acetylene, internuclear distances in      30
Active forms of stereo-isomers      5—12 14—17 19 20
Aldehyde-pyranose equilibrium      13 14
Alkali halid.es, dissociation of      105 106 107 108
Almasy, F.      124 137
Aluminium hydride      119 152
Ammonia type of molecule      47 50 51
Ammonia, "flat" and "pointed" molecular models of      26
Ammonia, internuclear distances in      30
Ammonia, predissociation of      127—128
Ammonia, Raman spectrum of      86
Ammonia, rotation-vibration bands of      28 29 30
Ammonia, velocity of dissociation of      128
Andrews      41 91
Angus      88
Atomic binding      107
Atomic molecules      103 109—112 116
Atomic molecules, potential curves for      110
Badger, R.M.      29 30
Band spectra      see also “Absorption spectra”
Band spectra and stereochemistry      41
Band spectra of diatomic molecules      24 25 32—37
Band spectra of polyatomic molecules      23—54
Band spectra, and dissociation      97—119
Band spectra, intensity variations in      30 31 59 98 100 101 106 107 112 133 136 158
Band-head diagram      24
Bar, R.      70
Barker, E.F.      29 60 86
Bartlett, J.H.      165
Basyrin, W.      17
Bayley      88
Bengtsson      152
Bennett, W.H.      48
Benzaldehyde, predissociation of      124—126
Benzene ring      50 52 91
Benzene vapour, specific heat of      141
Benzene, predissociation of      140—141
Benzene, Raman spectrum of      91
Benzyl chloride, absorption of      11
Beryllium      170
Bewilogua, L.      33
Bhagavantam, S.      88 91 96
Binder, J.L.      30
Binding constant      36 37
Binding constant, Andrews'      41
Binding constant, of "triatomic" molecules      44
Binding constant, of carbon dioxide      53 54
Binding constant, of carbon-nitrogen-oxygen compounds      35 37
Binding constant, of chlorine derivatives of methane      39
Binding constant, of diatomic hydrides      36 37
Binding constant, of elastic rod      40
Binding constant, of hydrogen halides      37
Binding constant, of methyl halides      38
Binding constant, of polyatomic molecules      37
Binding constant, of single, double, and triple bonds      38
Binding constant, of tetrachlorides      39 53
Binding electrons      34 35 168—171 173 174 179 180
Binding electrons, in polyatomic molecules      178
Binding energy      37 116
Binding energy, of hydrogen atom in formaldehyde      127
Binding in polyatomic molecules      176—180
Binding shells      34 40
Binding, atomic      107
Binding, character of      34 35
Binding, chemical      104—116
Binding, chemical and Raman effect      83 34
Binding, harmonic      36 79
Binding, homopolar      83
Binding, ionic      107
Binding, loose      101 107 112
Binding, polar      83
Birge, R.T.      102 110 155
Bjerrum      27
Blackett, P.M.S.      102
Bodenheimer, W.      1 5 6 7 11 16 21
Bodenstein      127
Boltzmann      11
BOND      see “Binding”
Bond, double      1 18 20 33 34 35 37 38 171
Bond, single      1 2 33 35 37 38
Bond, triple      30 33 35 37 38 171
Bond, valency of      167 169 171
Bonhoeffer      128 146 149
Born, M.      106 121
Boron      171
Boron hydride      179
Bragg      91
Bragg's relationship      93
Brester, C.J.      78 93 95
Briiche, E.      160 176
Budde      140
building-up principle      52 157 160
Cabannes, J.      83 84 86 89 95
Cadmium hydride      119
Cadmium vapour      113
Calcite      64 87 93—95 96
Calcite, infra-red spectrum of      94 95
Calcite, Raman spectrum of      62
Calcium hydride      152
Carbohydrates      13 14
Carbon      171
Carbon dioxide, binding constant of      53 54
Carbon dioxide, fundamental vibrations of      60
Carbon dioxide, Raman spectrum of      60 61 79 88
Carbon disulphide      61
Carbon disulphide, dissociation of      130
Carbon disulphide, predissociation of      128—131
Carbon disulphide, Raman spectrum of      61 88
Carbon monosulphide, absorption spectrum of      129
Carbon monosulphide, dissociation of      130
Carbon monoxide      35
Carbon monoxide, absorption spectrum of      129
Carbon tetrachloride      61 82
Carbon tetrachloride, binding constant of      53
Carbon tetrachloride, Raman spectrum of      61 89 90
Carbon-nitrogen-oxygen compounds      35
Carbon-nitrogen-oxygen compounds, binding constants of      35 37
Carbon-nitrogen-oxygen compounds, internuclear distances in      33 35
Carbonyl group      35
Carboxyl group      3
Carelli, A.      65
Cario      100 101
Cassie      88
Chemical binding      104—116
Chemical binding, and Raman effect      83 84
Childs, W.H.T.      30
Chloroform, Raman spectrum of      90
Chloroform, valency vibration of      44
Christiansen      122
Christy, A.      137 138 150 173
Cis-trans isomerism      19 20
Cis-trans isomerism, of boron hydride      179
Classification of electronic terms      155—156
Combination principle      24
Combination tones      27 32 72 85
Combination tones, in Raman effect      57 58
Combination tones, selection rules for      79
Condon, E.U.      98 119 181
Convergence, limit of      102 103 104 105 127 136 148 150 151 159
Cordes, H.      102 111
Correlation of molecular terms      164—167
Coupling      79 80 146 147 156
Crystals, Raman effect in      61—64 92—95
Crystals, Raman selection rules for      93—95
Curtis, W.E.      111 137
Cyanogen compounds, "triatomic"      43
D'Or      137
Dabadghao, W.M.      90 92
Dadieu, A.      90
Darbyshire, O.      111
de Hemptinne, M.      124 137
de Lazlo, H.      121
Debye, P.      4 28 33 53
Deformation vibrations      40 41 42 49 50 52
Deformation vibrations, of "diatomic" molecules      43
Deformation vibrations, of "triatomic" molecules      44 45
Degeneracy      50 52 73 74 75 76 156 158 159 166 174 175
Degeneracy, accidental      82 88 89 90 91
Degeneracy, splitting of      82
Delbriick, M.      170
Dennison, D.M.      26 60 96
Depolarization      70 74 76 79 89 96
Diatomic hydrides, binding constants of      36 37
Diatomic hydrides, internuclear distances in      32 33
Diatomic hydrides, nuclear frequencies of      33
Diatomic molecules, band spectra of      24 25 32—37
Diatomic molecules, moment of inertia of      24 36
Diatomic molecules, nuclear frequencies of      33—35 36
Diatomic molecules, Raman effect in      83 84
Diatomic molecules, rotation bands of      27
Diatomic molecules, rotation-vibration bands of      27
Diatomic molecules, term scheme for      157
Diatomic molecules, terms of      59
Diatomic Molecules, theoretical method of obtaining term manifoldness in      157—163
Diatomic oxides, nuclear frequencies of      34
Dibromobutane      12
Dicarboxylic acids      15 17 21
Dichloro-ethane      3
Dichlorobutane      12
Dichloromethane, Raman spectrum of      90 91
Dickinson, R.G.      60 69 87 88
Dillon, R.T.      60 69
Dipole moment      2 7 55 58 63 66 97 98
Dipole moment, of aliphatic esters      3
Dipole moment, of anisole      3
Dipole moment, of phenetole      3
Dipole moment, of stereo-isomers      6
Dipole moment, of stilbene dichloride      6
Dipole moment, of substances with groups free to rotate      3
Dipole moment, of succinic acid derivatives      7—9
Dipole moment, variation with temperature      12
Dirac's theory of radiation      57
Dirac, P.A.M.      65
Dispersion formula, Kramers — Heisenberg      55.5.6 58 59 65 92
Dissociation and absorption      98 99 102
Dissociation and band spectra      97—119
Dissociation by supply of electronic energy and vibrational energy      98
Dissociation by supply of rotational energy      97 115—119 146
Dissociation by supply of vibrational energy      97 98 144 145
Dissociation, energy of      102—104 164
Dissociation, energy of oxygen      111 134 136 159 164
Dissociation, limit of      101
Dissociation, of alkali halides      105 106 107 108
Dissociation, of ammonia, velocity of      128
Dissociation, of carbon disulphide      130
Dissociation, of carbon monosulphide      130
Dissociation, of iodine monochloride      111
Dissociation, of phosgene      127
Dissociation, of sulphur dioxide      135
Dissociation, probability of      148 149 150
Dissociation, without radiation      146 147 148
Donle, H.L.      3 11
Double bond, anisotropic polarizability of      20
Double bond, binding constant of      38
Double bond, carbon      1 18 20
Double bond, in carbon-nitrogen-oxygen compounds      33 35 37
Double bond, oxygen      34 171
Double vibrations      25 43 44 49 50 51
Dunkel, M.      161
Ebert, L.      2
Eisenschitz      115
Electron affinity      37 39 105
Electron transitions in polyatomic molecules      180—181
Electronic bands      97
Electronic bands, of polyatomic molecules      24
Electronic configuration for polyatomic molecules      177
Electronic configuration method for stability      165 168 173
Electronic shells, closed      163 178
Electronic shells, succession of      161 165—167
Electronic states, even      156
Electronic states, odd      156
Electronic structure of molecules and valency      155—181
Electronic terms, classification of      155—156
Electronic terms, in polyatomic molecules      175
Electrons, binding      see “Binding electrons”
Electrons, loosening      see “Loosening electrons”
Energy curves      144—148
Energy of dissociation      102—104 164
Energy of oxygen      111 134 136 159 164
Energy, binding      37 116 127
Eriksson      152
Eucken      60
Even electronic states      156
Even terms      59
Even vibrations      58
Extinction coefficient, molecular      123
Eymers, J.G.      119
Farkas      128 146 149
Ferguson      136
Fermi, E.      60 61 63 64 79 93
Ferrieres      128
Fine structure      24
Finkelnburg      26
Fluorescence      24 56 62 104 133 152
Fluorine      172
Fluorite, Raman spectrum of      62 64
Forbidden lines      72 76
Formaldehyde      181
Formaldehyde and oxygen, similarity of      176
Formaldehyde type of molecule      47 48 50
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