PACS numbers

33.15.Dj Interatomic distances and angles 33.20.Vq Vibration-rotation analysis 33.70.Ca Oscillator and band strengths, lifetimes, transition moments, and Franck-Condon factors
  1. E.A. Gastilovich “Vibronic coupling in excited electronic states of complex molecules34 (7) 592–615 (1991)
    33.20.Wr, 33.15.Pw, 31.15.−p, 33.50.Dq, 33.70.Ca (all)
  2. E.S. Medvedev “Nonexponential fluorescence decay of polyatomic molecules34 (1) 16–35 (1991)
    33.50.Dq, 33.50.Hv, 33.20.Vq, 33.70.Ca, 31.25.Qm, 42.50.Md (all)
  3. A.V. Baranov, Ya.S. Bobovich, V.I. Petrov “Spectroscopy of resonance hyper-Raman scattering of light33 (10) 812–832 (1990)
    33.20.Fb, 33.20.Tp, 33.20.Vq, 33.20.Wr, 63.20.−e, 78.30.−j (all)
  4. M.P. Auzin’sh, R.S. Ferber “Optical polarization of diatomic molecules33 (10) 833–861 (1990)
    33.80.Be, 33.20.Vq, 42.50.Md (all)
  5. T.L. Andreeva, A.V. Malyugin “Fine structure of the Rayleigh spectrum of the scattering of light in molecular gases29 1097–1118 (1986)
    33.15.Pw, 33.20.Fb, 33.20.Vq, 78.35.+c, 51.70.+f, 51.10.+y (all)
  6. V.N. Ochkin, N.G. Preobrazhenskii et alOptogalvanic effect in plasmas and gases29 260–280 (1986)
    52.70.Kz, 52.80.Hc, 33.20.Vq, 52.80.Pi, 32.80.Rm (all)
  7. N.E. Kuz’menko, L.A. Kuznetsova, Yu.Ya. Kuzyakov “Problems in the description of the intensities of electronic spectra of diatomic molecules in the adiabatic approximation26 425–436 (1983)
    33.10.Cs, 33.10.Jz, 33.70.Ca, 33.70.Fd (all)
  8. N.E. Kuz’menko, L.A. Kuznetsova et alElectronic transition probabilities and lifetimes of electronically excited states of diatomic molecules22 160–173 (1979)
    33.70.Ca, 33.70.Fd (all)
  9. L.A. Kuznetsova, N.E. Kuz’menko et alProbabilities of optical transitions in electronic vibration-rotation spectra of diatomic molecules17 405–423 (1974)
    33.70.Ca, 33.20.Vq, 33.15.Dj (all)
  10. Ya.S. Bobovich “Laser spectroscopy utilizing spontaneous raman scattering of weakly interacting molecules and its applications15 671–687 (1973)
    33.20.Fb, 33.20.Sn, 33.20.Vq, 52.70.Kz, 92.60.H− (all)
  11. V.S. Letokhov “Nonlinear Narrow Molecular Resonances Induced by Laser Radiation, and Their Application in Spectroscopy and Quantum Electronics15 665–666 (1973)
    33.70.Jg, 33.20.Vq (all)
  12. A.M. Bonch-Bruevich, Yu.N. Denisyuk et alBoris Ivanovich Stepanov (on his sixtieth birthday)16 442–443 (1973)
    01.60.+q, 33.50.−j, 33.20.Vq, 33.80.−b, 42.50.−p (all)
  13. Ya.S. Bobovich, A.V. Bortkevich “Resonance stimulated raman scattering in molecular systems having normal and inverted populations of electronic states14 1–20 (1971)
    33.20.Fb, 33.20.Tp, 33.70.Ca, 33.70.Jg (all)
  14. F.S. Ortenberg, E.T. Antropov “Probability of electron-vibrational transitions in diatomic molecules9 717–742 (1967)
    33.70.Ca, 33.20.Tp, 33.15.Kr (all)
  15. P.A. Bazhulin “The study of rotation and vibration-rotation spectra of gases by the method of combination (Raman) scattering of light5 661–666 (1963)
    51.70.+f, 33.20.Sn, 33.20.Vq, 33.20.Fb, 33.15.Mt (all)
  16. V.N. Soshnikov “Absolute intensities of electronic transitions in diatomic molecules4 425–440 (1961)
    33.70.Fd, 33.70.Ca (all)
  17. V.N. Filimonov “Induced absorption of infrared radiation by molecules2 894–911 (1960)
    33.20.Ea, 33.20.Vq (all)
  18. É.I. Fedin “Physical methods of investigation of the structure of molecules1 156–164 (1958)
    01.30.Cc, 33.15.Bh, 33.15.Dj (all)
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