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W h a t 46 Polarlzabilities is true for ionization holds also for excitation: as a rule, excitation of a ~ electron does not much affect the stability of the molecule (although it m a y lead to a change of geometry); a excitation often leads to dissociation. 4. Polarizabilities If a molecule is placed in a homogeneous electric field, its energy changes as a result of orientation and polarization. 1) where m is. the component of the permanent electric dipole m o m e n t r~ of the given molecule along the direction of the field, and a is a quantity associated with the induced electric m o m e n t and called the 'polarizability' of the molecule.

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