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Polarized crystal spectra of optically active ions

Robert B. Dingle

Polarized crystal spectra of optically active ions

by Robert B. Dingle

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Published by (Munksgaard) in Kobenhavn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ions -- Spectra.

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    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby R. Dingle and C. J. Ballhausen.
    SeriesDet Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab. Matematisk-fysiske meddelelser, bd. 35, nr. 12, Matematisk-fysiske meddelelser (Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab) ;, 35:12.
    ContributionsBallhausen, Carl Johan, 1926- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS281 .D215 bd. 35, nr. 12, etc.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5384272M
    LC Control Number72487824

    Much of our knowledge of the electronic properties of actinides in solutions and solids is obtained from optical spectroscopy. One of the features that sets actinide spectra apart from those of other elements in the periodic table, aside from the lanthanide series, is that their f-orbitals can be considered both as containing optically active electrons and as belonging to the core of inner shells. In this paper, we present arguments for the presence of optically active Ti3+ in the structure of low iron pyroxenes to explain the strong mum absorption band in spectra of E[II] asteroids.

      Second, for ion detection, the polarity was switched and ions were recorded at the detector. In this mode, ToF mass spectra of the ions could be obtained. To record a single mass at the phosphor screen, the MCP voltage was pulsed at a gate timed to the arrival time of the respective ion. Chiroptical Spectra of a Series of Tetrakis((+)heptafluorobutylyrylcamphorato)lanthanide(III) with an Encapsulated Alkali Metal Ion: Circularly Polarized Luminescence and Absolute Chiral.

    The operation of an optically active substance has the following effect: the light at the back of the screen becomes much less visible. This happens because the oscillation plane of the light has been changed. The reason: sugar solution, as an optically active substance, has rotated the polarisation direction.   Transition metal ions provide a rich set of optically active defect spins in wide bandgap semiconductors. Chromium (Cr4+) in silicon-carbide (SiC) produces a spin-1 .


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Get this from a library. Polarized crystal spectra of optically active ions. [Robert B Dingle; Carl Johan Ballhausen]. Polarized crystal spectra are reported for the trans‐[Coen 2 Cl 2] + ion and the trans‐[Co(1‐pn 2 Cl 2] + ion in various crystals at temperatures down to 25°K. The spectra are analyzed in terms of several vibronic intensity gaining by: Add tags for "Polarized crystal spectra of optically active ions / 2, Cobalt tris ethylenediamine ion.".

Be the first. The polarized absorption spectra of the Nd 3+ ion in optically active single crystals of Na 3 Gd(diglycolate) 3 2NaClO 4 6H 2 O have been measured in the – nm spectral range over the temperature range from 4 to K using spectrographic and spectrophotometric methods.

Pulsed Zeeman measurements of selected spectral regions have also been by: 2. CRYSTAL SPECTRA OF OPTICALLY ACTIVE IONS II. Cobalt tris ethylenediamine ion BY B. DINGLE and C. BALLHAUSEN København Kommissionær: Munksgaard. Synopsis The polarized absorption spectra of d,lCoenaCH2 0, d,l[Coen3 Cla]2 0 and D[GoenaCl3] 2 0 and the deuterated species have been recorded at liquid helium.

The polarized optical absorption and emission spectra of the crystal have been investigated. The Yb3+:LiLa(MoO4)2 crystal has a broad absorption FWHM of 29 nm at nm. Polarized Raman scattering spectra of the NaY(WO 4) 2 (NYW) single crystal have been measured.

Its structure is described in the tetragonal space group isomorphic to CaWO 4 scheelite. The A g, B g and E g spectra were made and discussed in terms of factor group analysis. These spectra are compared to those of monoclinic KY(WO 4) 2 (KYW) single crystals whose structure differs from.

Single-crystal polarized specular-reflectance spectra of barium tetracyanonickelate tetrahydrate. A one-dimensional solid-state effect.

Inorganic Chemistry20 (6), DOI: /ica Mihai. Elian, Roald. Hoffmann. Bonding capabilities of transition metal carbonyl fragments. Polarized crystal absorption spectra and electronic states of tetraethylammonium hexabromodiplatinate(II). Inorganic Chemistry15 (3), DOI: /ica G Lanzinger, R Böck, R Freudenberger, T Mehner, I Scharf, T Lampke.

The electronic structure of Eu 3+ ions doped in YAl 3 (BO 3) 4 crystal are investigated by means of room temperature absorption and emission spectroscopy in –30, cm −1 range. The observed transitions are assigned and analyzed on the basis of group theory assuming that Eu 3+ ion occupies a D 3 symmetry site.

Eu 3+ Free-ion energy diagram is presented and the. Optical rotation or optical activity (sometimes referred to as rotary polarization) is the rotation of the plane of polarization of linearly polarized light as it travels through certain materials as shown below.

The materials that can do so are called optically active materails. Optical activity occurs only in chiral. The cubic-phase CsPbBr 3 crystal is made up of PbBr 6 − octahedral structures (drawn in pink) and Cs + ions.

Stress along the shear interface resulted in screw dislocation perpendicular to the. Low‐temperature polarized crystal spectra of the [V(urea) 6] 3+ ion are presented and discussed. In many ways they closely resemble those seen in V 3+ /Al 2 O ground‐state splitting of 3 A 2 has been established by both optical and magnetic means and is reported as ± cm − source of spectral intensity is almost entirely due to the influence of the static, odd crystal.

Critical comparison of the experimental optical activity of helical polypeptides and the predictions of the molecular exciton model. Biopolymers9 (12), DOI: /bip William A. Eaton, Thomas P. Lewis. Polarized Single‐Crystal Absorption Spectrum of 1‐Methyluracil.

The polarized absorption spectra of the Nd 3+ ion in optically active single crystals of Na 3 Gd(diglycolate) 3 2NaClO 4 6H 2 O have been measured in the nm spectral range over the temperature range from 4 to K using spectrographic and spectrophotometric methods.

Pulsed Zeeman measurements of selected spectral regions have also been performed. The analysis of broad bands in the polarized electronic spectra of transition metal ions in crystals is discussed. The band of cobalt(III) acetylacetonate due to the transition 1T1←1A1 is found to be split by the trigonal field into components at 16 cm—1 (1A2) and at 17 cm—1 (1E).

The spectra indicate that the trigonal field of the free molecule is not appreciably distorted in. Surface-enhanced Raman optical activity offers potential capabilities for sensitive, rapid, stereochemical characterization of basic building blocks of biopolymers, such as amino acids and nucleosides, as well as biologically active molecules, in particular, also for probing organization and self-assembling of such molecules on metal surfaces.

In the optical absorption spectra of Ti:Al 2 O 3 crystal doped with higher concentration of titanium and annealed with hydrogen, in addition to the main absorption band of T i A l 3 + ( nm, nm), a small absorption band of nm and a concomitant small bump on the short-wave side of the nm absorption band was often observed.

In this study, an independent optical absorption center. About this book Introduction "Optical Properties of 3d-Ions in Crystals: Spectroscopy and Crystal Field Analysis" discusses spectral, vibronic and magnetic properties of 3d-ions in a wide range of crystals, used as active media for solid state lasers and potential candidates for this role.

Polarized emission spectra showed the precise symmetry of the Stark components of the 7FJ multiplets for this centre. A crystal field analysis is presented and the Bqk parameters calculated.

Low-Temperature Thermochromism Marks a Change in Coordination for the Metal Ion in Manganese Superoxide Dismutase. Biochemistry35 (21), DOI: /bim. Philip S. Bryan and James C. Dabrowiak. Transition metal complexes containing an optically active macrocyclic ligand.

The measured high coupling strength between a single photon and the ion allows for optical Rabi oscillations and a high coupling cooperativity, which could enable optically controlled spin .We introduce excitonic polarized photoluminescence (PL) of nonpolar ZnO layers and related quantum well (QW) structures in terms of crystal symmetries and lattice distortions.

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