Molecular energy transfer in gases [by] T.L. Cottrell and J.C. McCoubrey. by Tom Leadbetter Cottrell

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  • Kinetic theory of gases.,
  • Molecular dynamics

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ContributionsMcCoubrey, J. C,
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LC ClassificationsQC173 C6
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Pagination205p.
Number of Pages205
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Monecular energy transfer in gases [by] T.L. Cottrell and J.C. McCoubrey. [T L Cottrell; J C McCoubrey]. Abstract. The theory of energy transfer in molecular collisions is of importance for the understanding of a great variety of physical problems.

(1–7) In many of these problems we are interested in determining probabilities of energy transfer between the translational motion and one or more of the internal motions of the molecules.

There has been much work done in recent years on the Cited by: We have used a vibrational fluorescence technique to study the deactivation of the asymmetric stretching vibration (00°1) of CO 2 by intramolecular vibration‐to‐vibration energy transfer during CO 2 —rare‐gas collisions.

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