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3) r = 0− r = 1/h E2 r − E1 r (17a) It can be seen from the above relation that a +ve value of E amounts to a downward shift of the corresponding energy level. A positive value of r corresponds to a shift of the line center towards red and a −ve value indicates a shift to the blue. An interaction causing a frequency shift which depends on ‘r’ and tends to zero for large r can be written as r = Cn /r n (17b) where the value of n and the interaction constant Cn depend on the type of the interaction.
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