## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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To find the character of every class using the

functions, note that every operation of the cubic group, apart the inversion which

simply brings in a factor — 1 for

angle ...

To find the character of every class using the

**spherical**harmonics as basicfunctions, note that every operation of the cubic group, apart the inversion which

simply brings in a factor — 1 for

**spherical**harmonics of odd I, is a rotation of anangle ...

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Characters of reducible representations of the r group using the

harmonics as basic functions. Comparing with the Character Table for the

irreducible representations r, one find immediately that a g-level becomes a p-

level becomes ...

Characters of reducible representations of the r group using the

**spherical**harmonics as basic functions. Comparing with the Character Table for the

irreducible representations r, one find immediately that a g-level becomes a p-

level becomes ...

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The wavefunction of X, includes one s, one d, etc.,

wavefunction of X'v includes one p, two /, etc.,

wavefunction of X, will include, as p-function, the

...

The wavefunction of X, includes one s, one d, etc.,

**spherical**harmonics, thewavefunction of X'v includes one p, two /, etc.,

**spherical**harmonics, etc. Thewavefunction of X, will include, as p-function, the

**spherical**harmonic xjr, while the...

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