Molekülspektren und ihre Anwendung auf chemische Probleme

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    THERE is a good deal to be said in favour of the manner in which Prof. Sponer has arranged the material which he discusses in these two books. The first is really an appendix or collection of results for use in conjunction with the description of the applications of band spectra to chemical problems in part 2, and consists of a series of tables of the terms of spectra emitted by polyatomic molecules. Similar tables were, of course, given in Jevons's “Report on Band Spectra” for diatomic molecules, but the Sponer collection for more complicated molecular systems is new, and the data for diatomic molecules have been brought up to date. While it appears unlikely that the descriptive matter in the five hundred page Part 2 will soon need serious revision, it should be a relatively easy matter to add fresh results in a new edition of the one hundred and fifty page Part 1.

    Molekülspektren und ihre Anwendung auf chemische Probleme

    Von Prof. Dr. H. Sponer. 1: Tabellen. Pp. vi + 154. 17.60 gold marks. Teil 2: Text. Pp. xii + 506. 37.80 gold marks. (Struktur und Eigenschaften der Materie, Bd. 15, 16.) (Berlin: Julius Springer, 1935–36.)

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