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This high-level, analytical treatment introduces the theory required for interpretation of an increasingly sophisticated range of molecular scattering experiments. Topics include classical scattering by a central force, quantum scattering by a central force, elastic scattering phase shifts, semi-classical elastic scattering, and more. Includes appendixes and references.
Reprint of the Academic Press, London and New York, 1974 edition.
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