The spectroscopy is a specific study of the interaction of matter and electromagnetic radiation. It has originated from the study of the visible light dispersed by a prism.
You will be introduced to different demonstrations of spectroscopy in this [course_title]. This will help you learn the Hamiltonian models for rotational, vibration, and electronic structure that are broken down to the notation of atomic and molecular spectroscopy that are thoroughly discussed.
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Course Credit: MIT
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