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Unformatted text preview: III. Diatomic Molecules (B pp 97-99, 321-326) 1/24 W The Born-Oppenheimer Approximation 1/24 W Electronic states 1/26 F Molecular orbitals 1/29 M Molecular orbitals, cont. IV. Diatomic Molecular Spectroscopy (B pp 161-177, 208-224, 326-332, 293-305) 1/31 W The rigid rotor 1/31 W Branches 2/2 F Electronic spectra 2/5 M Electronic spectra, cont. & Raman spectra V. Rotations of Polyatomic Molecules ( B pp 185-198) 2/7 W Linear molecules and symmetric tops 2/9 W Asymmetric Tops 2/9 F NO CLASS 2/12 M Asymmetric tops, cont. 2/14 W EXAMINATION (2 HOURS) 2/16 F Astronomical spectroscopy 2/19 M Astronomical spectroscopy, cont. VI. Introduction to Group Theory (B Chapters 2,3, pp 99-105) 2/21 W Point groups and properties 2/21 W Character tables and representations 2/23 F Spectroscopic uses 2/26 M NO CLASS 2/28 W NO CLASS 3/2 F Quantum mechanics VII. Vibrations of Polyatomic Molecules (B pp 226-253) 3/5 M Classical motion 3/7 W Classical motion, cont. (2-hour lecture) 3/9 F Normal coordinates & symmetries...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course PHYSICS 780.04 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '07 term at Ohio State.
- Winter '07