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Preface; CONTENTS; 1. Why Record Spectra of Astronomical Objects?; 2. The Nature of Spectra; 3. Atomic Hydrogen; 4. Complex Atoms; 5. Helium Spectra; 6. Alkali Atoms; 7. Spectra of Nebulae; 8. X-Ray Spectra; 9. Molecular Structure; 10. Molecular Spectra; Solutions to Model Problems; Further Reading and Bibliography; Index;
Nearly all the information we know about the Universe comes from thestudy of light as it reaches us. The understanding of this informationcontained in light requires both telescopes capable of resolving lightinto its different component colors, as well as detailed knowledge ofthe quantum mechanical behavior of atoms and molecules.
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