A Second Course in Analysis by J. C. Burkill

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The Figure shows: 1) The ground term 3F is split into the orbital singlet 3A2 (the ground state) and two orbital triplets 3T2 and 3T1. 2) The second 3T1 state (Fig. 2) originates from the 3P term, which is not split by a cubic crystal field. 3) The energy interval between the 3A2 and 3T2 states is 10Dq. The spin-allowed transitions 3A2 ĺ 3T2, 3A2 ĺ 3T1 (3F) and 3A2 ĺ 3T1 (3P) dominate in the absorption spectrum. As seen from Fig. 2, the first excited state is determined by the crystal field strength.

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