Prashant Singh
K J Somaiya College of Engineering (K J Somaiya), Mumbai
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National Institute of Information Technology (NIIT), Neemrana
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Energy of Vibrational transitions
Vibrational energy=((Vibrational quantum number+1/2)-Anharmonicity constant*((Vibrational quantum number+1/2)^2))*([hP]*Vibrational Frequency) GO
Anharmonicity constant when second overtone frequency is given
Anharmonicity constant=1/4*(1-(Second overtone frequency/(3*Vibrational Frequency))) GO
Anharmonicity constant when first overtone frequency is given
Anharmonicity constant=1/3*(1-(First overtone frequency/(2*Vibrational Frequency))) GO
Vibrational quantum number using vibrational frequency
Vibrational quantum number=(Vibrational energy/([hP]*Vibrational Frequency))-1/2 GO
Second overtone frequency
Second overtone frequency=(3*Vibrational Frequency)*(1-4*Anharmonicity constant) GO
Vibrational Energy
Vibrational energy=(Vibrational quantum number+1/2)*([hP]*Vibrational Frequency) GO
First overtone frequency
First overtone frequency=(2*Vibrational Frequency)*(1-3*Anharmonicity constant) GO
Fundamental frequency of vibrational transitions
Fundamental frequency =Vibrational Frequency*(1-2*Anharmonicity constant) GO
Incident frequency when Stokes frequency is given
incident frequency=Stokes Scattering Frequency+Vibrational Frequency GO
Incident frequency when Anti-stokes frequency is given
incident frequency=anti stokes frequency-Vibrational Frequency GO
Anti- Stokes scattering frequency
anti stokes frequency=Initial Frequency+Vibrational Frequency GO

Stokes scattering frequency Formula

Stokes Scattering Frequency=Initial Frequency-Vibrational Frequency
v<sub>s</sub>=v<sub>0</sub>-v<sub>vib</sub>
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Molecular dipole moment GO
Polarizability GO
Electric field when polarizability is given GO
Frequency associated to transition GO
Energy 1 of vibrational level GO
Energy 2 of vibrational level GO
Incident frequency when Stokes frequency is given GO
Vibrational frequency when Stokes frequency is given GO
Anti- Stokes scattering frequency GO
Incident frequency when Anti-stokes frequency is given GO
Vibrational frequency when Anti-Stokes frequency is given GO

What is Stokes Lines?

If a photon strikes an atom or a molecule in a liquid, part of the energy of the incident photon may be used to excite the atom of the liquid and the rest is scattered. This scattered spectral line is known as stokes lines.

How to Calculate Stokes scattering frequency?

Stokes scattering frequency calculator uses Stokes Scattering Frequency=Initial Frequency-Vibrational Frequency to calculate the Stokes Scattering Frequency, The Stokes scattering frequency formula is defined as the frequency of the spectral line when a photon strikes an atom and the part of the energy of the incident photon used to excite the atom. . Stokes Scattering Frequency and is denoted by vs symbol.

How to calculate Stokes scattering frequency using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Stokes scattering frequency, enter Initial Frequency (v0) and Vibrational Frequency (vvib) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Stokes scattering frequency calculation can be explained with given input values -> 8 = 10-2.

FAQ

What is Stokes scattering frequency?
The Stokes scattering frequency formula is defined as the frequency of the spectral line when a photon strikes an atom and the part of the energy of the incident photon used to excite the atom. and is represented as vs=v0-vvib or Stokes Scattering Frequency=Initial Frequency-Vibrational Frequency. The initial frequency is the frequency of the incident photon and The Vibrational Frequency is the frequency of photons on the excited state.
How to calculate Stokes scattering frequency?
The Stokes scattering frequency formula is defined as the frequency of the spectral line when a photon strikes an atom and the part of the energy of the incident photon used to excite the atom. is calculated using Stokes Scattering Frequency=Initial Frequency-Vibrational Frequency. To calculate Stokes scattering frequency, you need Initial Frequency (v0) and Vibrational Frequency (vvib). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Initial Frequency and Vibrational Frequency and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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