vibronic


Also found in: Wikipedia.

vi·bron·ic

 (vī-brŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to changes in molecular energy states associated with the vibrational energy of atoms.

vibronic

(vaɪˈbrɒnɪk)
adj
(General Physics) physics of, concerned with, or involving both electronic and vibrational energy levels of a molecule: a vibronic spectrum; a vibronic transition.
[C20: from vibr(atory + electr)onic]
References in periodicals archive ?
2 eV, distinguished by a characteristic vibronic structure due to a coupling to the Cl-Cl vibrations.
We will elucidate the vibronic nature of intermolecular electronic processes with an unprecedented level of sensitivity.
Researchers in the field survey a selection of recent developments, among them single-molecule devices, the modulation and control of detailed electron transport of single molecules, vibronic effects in electron transport through single-molecule junctions, bio-molecular electronics, electron transport in atomistic nano-junctions from density functional theory in scattering approaches, and transition voltage spectroscopy as an appealing tool of investigation in molecular electronics.
9 nm doublet and its corresponding vibronic structure are attributed to the Si-[V.
All films typically show one prominent peak at 512 nm corresponding to intra chain transition in P3HT chains, along with two vibronic shoulders due to extended conjugated chain length resulting from a disorder-order transformation and inter chain stacking interactions, respectively [15].
A sampling of specific topics: symmetry analysis of geometric-phase effects in quantum dynamics; non-Born-Oppenheimer molecular dynamics for conical intersections, avoided crossings, and weak interactions; laser control of ultrafast dynamics at conical intersections; and pump-probe spectroscopy of ultrafast vibronic dynamics in organic chromophores.
We designate a rovibronic state as |+, r> or |-, r), where the vibronic part is of definite parity either D or -, as shown above, and r denotes the rotational part, which is one of the four group members for an asymmetric rotor: [K.
A spectral feature centered at 470 nm showed evidence of a series of vibronic peaks, indicating the presence of a large polyaromatic hydrocarbon.
This story is just like all the others " From cloned agents known as SAMSAs to the Slaughterhouse-Five spy agency's headquarters, where gigantic livestock is butchered alive by detectives required to slaughter their own meat, every aspect of this book celebrates stylized simulations of violence: the agents "took turns pistol-whipping the suspect to make sure he was still unconscious and de-wooled the sheep's torso with stylish rust-textured retrofutique vibronic shears.
As seen, the shape of the absorption spectrum of PPME resembles that of PPa with two strong absorption vibronic bands centered at 412.
He reviews classical optics, the treatment of optical transition rates by quantum theory, crystalline materials, glasses, and molecular solids, along with subjects not usually covered in standard texts like semiconductor quantum wells, molecular materials, vibronic solid-state lasers, and nonlinear optics.