## Physical principles and techniques of protein chemistry, Volume 3 |

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... reduced molecular rotation and ellipticity, respectively V, Vi electric

moment operator Voa, tf.oa, voAK electric transition

magnetic

moment fa, ...

... reduced molecular rotation and ellipticity, respectively V, Vi electric

**dipole**moment operator Voa, tf.oa, voAK electric transition

**dipole**moment m, m„ Mmagnetic

**dipole**moment operator moa, mioo, M^ko magnetic transition**dipole**moment fa, ...

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Therefore, Eq. (22) will be nonzero in value only when the excited-state

wavefunction, at least one component of the electric

the same component of the magnetic

same ...

Therefore, Eq. (22) will be nonzero in value only when the excited-state

wavefunction, at least one component of the electric

**dipole**moment operator, andthe same component of the magnetic

**dipole**moment operator all belong to thesame ...

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In the

Schellman, 1966, 1968; Hohn and Weigang, ... R2 1 J - (This expression is

identical in form to the potential energy of interaction between two static point

In the

**dipole**-**dipole**approximation, the potential energy operator V is expanded (Schellman, 1966, 1968; Hohn and Weigang, ... R2 1 J - (This expression is

identical in form to the potential energy of interaction between two static point

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