This book is primarily intended for post-graduate students of science, but is simple enough for an undergraduate student to understand. Every chapter begins with simple concepts related to the topic of the chapter, and gradually Quantum Mechanical and Group Theoretical treatments are introduced for a deeper understanding. I have tried to keep the language simple and have introduced new concepts one at a time, so that the reader is not overwhelmed by too many new ideas at the same time.

Spectroscopy is so vast and new concepts are rapidly emerging, so that it is not possible for a book to be complete. This book does not pretend to be complete—but it does try to cover the underlying principles thoroughly so that the reader should not face difficulty in applying these principles to his own problem.

Spectroscopy cannot be understood without a thorough knowledge and understanding of quantum mechanics. Though a number of Quantum Mechanics principles are scattered throughout the book, the reader is advised to first take at least an elementary course on quantum mechanics. The reader must also familiarize himself/herself with Group Theory—at least to the extent of assignment of molecular point groups, calculation of direct products, projection operator techniques, etc.

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