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I mean what will that come out like in the fourier spectra?

any tips on this our a site where I can read more about it is appriciated.

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I mean what will that come out like in the fourier spectra?

any tips on this our a site where I can read more about it is appriciated.

/ goGP

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ok when looking around I have found some answers. found a picture of what we are looking at.

so basically what I know now is that we have

delta l = -1

to the left of the gap and

delta l = +1

to the right

and

delta l = 0 where the gap is

where l is the rotational angular momenta.

I also know that the peaks corresponds to a shift in both v and l value where v is the rotationalstate. with the rule that

delta v= +(-)1

so what I want with this now is to maybe see how the radius of the molecule differ with energy but I'm not really sure how to start.

so basically what I know now is that we have

delta l = -1

to the left of the gap and

delta l = +1

to the right

and

delta l = 0 where the gap is

where l is the rotational angular momenta.

I also know that the peaks corresponds to a shift in both v and l value where v is the rotationalstate. with the rule that

delta v= +(-)1

so what I want with this now is to maybe see how the radius of the molecule differ with energy but I'm not really sure how to start.

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