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Theory of Molecular Excitations. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780306304408. Release Date:January 1971.
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His main contributions were in theory of absorption, scattering and dispersion of the light in molecular crystals. These excitations are now known as Davydov solitons. YouTube Encyclopedic. In 1948, he predicted the phenomenon that is known as Davydov splitting or factor-group splitting, "the splitting of bands in the electronic or vibrational spectra of crystals due to the presence of more than one (interacting) equivalent molecular entity in the unit cell.
Theory of Molecular Excitons. Elementary Theory of Excitons in Coordinate Representation. Davydov, Aleksandr Sergeevich
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Theory of Absorption of Light in Molecular Crystals. Their immediate interest was in understanding the energy transfer and the origins of the Davydov splitting and electronic spectra from a molecular viewpoint. Kiev: Ukrainian Academy of Sciences) was published and in 1962 it was translated from the Russian into English by M. Kasha and M. Oppenheimer under the title. Theory of Molecular Excitons. At low temperatures, crystals of even relatively complex molecules were found to exhibit vibrationally re-solved spectra.
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