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5 eV, of which the former is n, -+n* (A; -+ E’) and the latter is charge transfer from n,(e‘) of NO3- to Na+ 3s. Structure in the thick-film reflection and thin-film transmission spectra of MgO and MgF, in the 3&--80eV region is attributed to interband (core to conduction band) transitions and excitons arising from Mg 2 p excitations to the 65 66 67 68 b9 H . Tigges and G. Lehmann, Ber. sengesellschaft p h y s . , 1972, 76, 1021. S. B. S. Sastry, R . B. Tripathi, and C. Ramasastry, J . Nonmetals, 1972, 1, 93.

99 The wavefunctions of the excited states are constructed from linear combinations of ligandfield states defined by the C,, local symmetry at the Cr"' sites. It is noticeable, though not immediately explicable, that the intensities of a number of the transitions are dominated by components which originate in the lowest ( S = 4) level of the exchange-split ,B, ground state. There has been a lot of interest in recent years in the spectra of oxygen-bridged Fe"' clusters, partly motivated by their occurrence in such biological molecules 9n 99 J.

However, it appears that the 23 200 cm- ' band may actually be a singlet. "~The intensities of the spin-allowed bands are more or less independent of Ni" concentration in CsMgX, , and vary with temperature as expected for vibronic transitions, but the spin-forbidden bands are more intense in the more concentrated samples. In the salts CsMnX,,2H20 (X = CI or Br) and NMe,MnCI, the Mn" ions form chains, bridged by halide ions. Both systems have been examined in the past few years by a variety of physical methods, including optical spectroscopy, because they are almost perfect examples of one-dimensional antiferromagnets.

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