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# Lecture Notes: Experiments in Spectroscopy (Summer 2021)

Lippitz, Markus

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<creatorName>Lippitz, Markus</creatorName>
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<affiliation>University of Bayreuth</affiliation>
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<title>Lecture Notes: Experiments in Spectroscopy (Summer 2021)</title>
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<publicationYear>2021</publicationYear>
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<subject>lecture notes</subject>
<subject>spectroscopy</subject>
<subject>physics</subject>
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<date dateType="Issued">2021-09-02</date>
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<description descriptionType="Abstract">&lt;p&gt;These are the lecture notes of my lecture on optical spectroscopy. The lecture aims at students in the first year of the master&amp;#39;s program, but should be accessible also to students in the last year of the bachelor&amp;#39;s program. You need some quantum mechanics and an introduction to the physics of molecules.&lt;/p&gt;

&lt;p&gt;The idea of this lecture was to focus on &lt;em&gt;experiments&lt;/em&gt;. Each chapter is build around an experiment and tries to explain everything that is needed to appreciate that experiment. As I am convinced that one only understands something if one really has worked with the concepts, each chapter has a &lt;em&gt;task&lt;/em&gt;, which is in many cases to evaluate &amp;#39;real&amp;#39; experimental data, or to simulate the experiment in a computer. The chapters are rather independent of each other, although the order has some sense. One thus can choose appealing chapters and skip others.&lt;/p&gt;</description>
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