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  Rotational Raman Spectroscopy
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The Raman Effect
Experimental Techniques
1. Rotational Raman Spectroscopy
Interpreting the Spectrum
Effect of Bond Length
Centrifugal Distortion
Intensities of Spectral Lines
Nuclear Spin Statistics
2. Real Diatomic Molecules
Spectrum of Nitrogen
Isotopic Substitution
Nuclear Spin Statistics
Predict the Spectrum of Oxygen

Q 9 Using the knowledge gained so far, draw a rotational Raman spectrum of excited with monochromatic 336.732nm laser light, from an laser. Include the Stokes and Anti-Stokes lines arising from transitions up to the J=10 rotational energy level. Label each line with its rotational quantum number, position in wavenumber units and intensity.



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