A convenient single volume handbook featuring the most important topics in spectroscopy
This valuable handbook is based on topics presented in the CRC Handbook of Spectroscopy, Volumes I and II, published in 1974, and Volume III, published in 1981. The information has been condensed (by the original contributor, when possible) so that only the most important information from the original three volumes has been retained and updated. The topics covered include ESCA flame photometry; atomic absorption and emission spectroscopy, including plasma emission; infrared spectroscopy; Raman spectroscopy; ultraviolet absorption spectroscopy; electron spin resonance, X-ray spectroscopy, mass photoelectric absorption coefficients, appearance potential spectroscopy, thermal neutron cross sections and resonance integrals for activation analysis, tables of experimental values of X-ray fluorescence and Coster-Kronig yields for the K-, L-, and M-shells.
Other topics include 14 MeV neutron activation cross sections; wavelength standards in visible, ultraviolet, and near-infrared spectroscopy; electron affinities, wavelength-dependent and electronic system oscillator strengths for free diatomic molecules of astrophysical importance; electron spin resonance applicaton to the study of minerals and glasses; experimental lifetimes, Franck-Condon factors; and vibrational and rotational oscillator strengths. The concise format and wealth of information ensures that no spectroscopist will want to be without the updated and revised Practical Handbook of Spectroscopy.
Table of Contents
X-Ray Spectroscopy. ESCA-Photoelectron Spectroscopy. Atomic Spectroscopy. Emission Spectroscopy. Infrared Spectroscopy. Raman Spectroscopy. Ultraviolet Absorption Spectroscopy. Electron Spin Resonance. Mass Photoelectric Absorption Coefficients. Appearance Potential Spectroscopy. Thermal Neutron Cross Sections and Resonance Integrals for Activation Analysis. X-Ray Fluorescence and Coster-Kronig Yields for the K-, L-, and M-Shells. 14 MeV Neutron Activation Cross Sections. Wavelength Standards in Visible, Ultraviolet, and Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. Wavelength-Dependent and Electronic System Oscillator Strengths for Free Diatomic Molecules of Astrophysical Importance. Index.