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Since the HCl molecule has a non vanishing dipole moment, it is allowed to have pure rotational spectrum. If I...
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This is my understanding; please, correct me if I'm wrong. If you bombard an atom with em-waves they will never break...
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When you work with spectra, recorded with a detector or a Fourier Transfer Spectrometer, I hear that quantitative...
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1. Isn't it the Bohr atomic theory is proven incorrect, why some text book even that publish in 2007 still use it to...
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Hi From Wiki ( "Nonlinear optics (NLO) is the branch of optics that...
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as we know when a particular energy is given to a neutral atom an electron from ground state jump to upper state...
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it typically states that optical tweezers are used to manipulate dielectric particles or whatnot. Is it also possible...
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Good Morning, The equations under investigation: Electrons: J = enμE + eD(dn/dx) Holes: J = epμE -...
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