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    Raman spectroscopy is a chemical instrumentation technique that exploits molecular vibrations.
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    Effects of Solvent, Leaving Group, and Nucleophile on Unimolecular Substitution
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    Electronic Spectroscopy: Theory Electronic Spectroscopy: Application Electronic Spectroscopy: Interpretation Fluorescence Phosphorescence Jablonski diagram Jablonski Diagram: Shockwave Chemiluminescence Franck-Condon Principle Molecular Term Symbols The atomic spectrum Atomic Term Symbols
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    Photoelectron spectroscopy involves the measurement of kinetic energy of photoelectrons to determine the bonding energy,intensity and angular distributions of these electrons and use the information obtained to examine the electronic structure of molecules. Photoelectron Spectroscopy: Application Photoelectron Spectroscopy: Theory
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    If one can extract all of the vibrational information corresponds a molecule, its molecular structure can then be determined. In the field of spectroscopy, two main techniques are applied in order to detect molecular vibrational motions: Infrared spectroscopy and Raman spectroscopy. Vibrational Fundamentals Number of vibrational modes for a molecule Combination Bands, Overtones and Fermi Resonances Infrared Spectroscopy Raman Spectroscopy Raman: Theory Nonresonant Raman Spectroscopy
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    Proper Formatting of Title and Authors Crucial non-obvious points of experiment made clear Evaluation of data not mixed with statement of results Good selection of figures and tables that do not duplicate content Proper presentation of figures and tables (axis, scales and captions all labeled) Positive statement of what the results mean Realistic evaluation of reliability of results using statistics Proper citing and use of references
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