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Masataka Mizushima, Japanese, American physics professor. Member of American Physical Society. Quantum mechanics of atomic spectra and atomic structure (Book by Mizushima, Masataka). Mizushima, Masataka was born on March 30, 1923 in Tokyo. Arrived in United States, 1952. Son of Seizo and Shizuko (Ishikawa) Mizushima. Bachelor of Science, University Tokyo, 1946.
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Quantum mechanics of atomic spectra and atomic structure. The Theory Of Rotating Diatomic Molecules.
Books by Masataka Mizushima, Theoretical physics, Theoretical physics: from classical mechanics to group theory of microparticles, The theory of rotating diatomic molecules, Quantum mechanics of atomic spectra and atomic structure, Quantum mechanics of atomic spectra and atomic structure. Theoretical physics: from classical mechanics to group theory of microparticles. Quantum mechanics of atomic spectra and atomic structure.
Mizushima, The Theory of Rotating Diatomic Molecules, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1975. A. Edmonds, Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1960. M. E. Rose, Elementary Theory of Angular Momentum, John Wiley and Sons, In. New York, 1957. N. Zare, Angular Momentum, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1988. D. Brink and G. Satchler, Angular Momentum, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1962. Moss, Advanced Molecular Quantum Mechanics, Chapman and Hall, London, 1973. K. Hannabuss, An Introduction to Quantum Theory, Oxford University Press, 1997. P. F. Bernath and . cLeod, DiRef – A Database of References Associated with the Spectra of Diatomic Molecules, University of Waterloo Chemical Physics report.
Home All Categories The theory of rotating diatomic molecules. ISBN13: 9780471611875. by Masataka Mizushima.
The diatomic molecules studied by 1950 included conventional closed shell systems, and a large number of open shell electronic states of molecules in both their ground and excited states. Herzberg presented a beautiful and detailed summary of the principles underlying the analysis of such spectra. The theory of the rotational levels of both closed and open shell diatomic molecules was already well developed by 1950, and the correlation of experimental and theoretical results was one of the major achievements of Herzberg’s book