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Observations of such transitions should provide valuable clues to the band structure, and through that to the structure and dynamics of the crystals. References 1. For a review see Craig, D. P.. and Walmsley, S. , Physics and Chemistry of the Organic Solid State, Interscience, New York, 1963, Ch. 10. 2. McClure, D. , J. Chem. Phys. 22, 1668 (1954). 3. Choudhury, N. , and Ganguly, S. , Proc. Roy. Soc. (Lmdon) A259, 419 (1960). 4. Craig, D. , Proc. Roy. Soc. 271, 207 (1963). 5. Santry, D. , Thesis, University of London, 1962.
The most fundamental tendency is perhaps the aPProximate invariance of the distribution of Perturbed states with regard to symmetry types. If our approximate wave functions account correctly for the number and approximate order of energy levels and for their symmetry type, they are already doing a good job. We meet such approximations in at least two essential situations. The first occurs for atoms and monatomic ions of spherical symmetry, but it applies to molecules as well. This is the distressing and at the same time encouraging fact that the total wave functions Y?
Soc. 271, 207 (1963). 5. Santry, D. , Thesis, University of London, 1962. 6. Craig, D. , and Philpott, M. , in press. 7. Koster, G. , and Slater, J. , Phys. Rev. 96, 1208 (1954); and earlier papers. Advance in Chemical Physics, Volume VIII Edited by R. Daudel Copyright © 1965 by John Wiley & Sons. Inc. APPLICATIONS OF LIGAND-FIELD THEORY TO COMPLEXES CHR. KLIXBULL JBRGENSEN, Cyanamid Euro$ean Research Institute, Cologny (Geneva),Switzerland Transition-group complexes combine some of the characteristics of “small” molecules, where a priori calculations are very difficult, with those of “large” molecules, where they are impossible.
Advances in Chemical Physics: The Application of Wave Mechanical Methods to the Study of Molecular Properties, Volume 8