By Igor I. Sobelman, J.P. Toennis

**Atomic Spectra and Radiative Transitions **covers the systematics of atomic spectra, non-stop spectrum radiation, and the excitation of atoms. This moment variation has extra chapters on relativistic corrections within the spectra of hugely charged ions, which rounds off the former remedy. vast tables of oscillator strengths (both dipole and quadrupole), possibilities and go sections of radiative transitions entire this textbook, making it worthwhile additionally as a reference paintings.

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O+ and other less likely structures). 2. It is interesting to note that all the contributions are of comparable magnitude so that it is not really possible to produce a simple model for the bond. 2. Components of the lattice energy of ice {in heal mole'1) as calculated by various authors The experimental value is 13-4 kcal mole"1. Bernal & Fowler Rowlinson Bjerrum (i933) Electrostatic 142 9'4 14-9 0-3 Polarization Dispersion 4-il Overlap -6-8J Total "•5 {= Coulson (i959) 12 16 6 -16-8 17-2 Coulson & Campbell Eisenberg et al.

Consideration of the existence of rings has thus increased the probability of correctly forming the final bond from the value 1/2, characteristic of dendritic structure, to 365/729 = 0-500686.... Since, as can again be seen from fig. 3, each molecule participates in twelve six-membered rings, the total number of such rings in a crystal with N molecules is 2iV, so that a revised estimate for the number of configurations is C = (3/2)^(1 + 1/729)^. (24) STRUCTURE AND ENERGY OF ORDINARY ICE 37 This result is still not exact because interference between rings and the effects of rings of larger size have been neglected.

6. The energy of an O—H... O bond as a function of proton position for a fixed O-O distance of 2*76 A, as calculated from the semi-empirical model of Lippincott & Schroeder (1955). Turning from studies of the hydrogen bond itself, there have been several rather different calculations of the cohesive energy of ice based, for the most part, on a treatment of the interaction of the permanent multipoles of the water molecules, supplemented by additional terms to account for polarization effects, dispersion forces and overlap repulsion.