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Molecular physics is a discipline of physics which studies the physical properties of molecules and of the chemical bonds and relationships between atoms. It is concerned with physics and chemistry of molecules including atoms and is used in theoretical chemistry, physical chemistry and chemical physics to solve the problems concerned with element’s structure along with their interrelations. It helps to calculate and to know the basic nature of a chemical reaction.

It encompasses the fields of binding (molecular), cohesion (chemistry), constraint algorithm, coordination geometry, di-positronium, Dumas method of molecular weight determination, Eckart conditions, electron, electron affinity and configuration, electrostatic deflection, energy level, Franck–Condon principle, Gaussian orbital, GF method, Hückel method, hysteresivity, inter-atomic coulombic decay, intermolecular forces and reactions, ionization, ionization energy, Jablonski diagram, LeRoy radius, Lewis pair, localized molecular orbital, luminescence, macromolecular docking, macromolecule, molecular attraction, molecular auto-ionization, molecular binding, molecular dynamics, molecular electronics, molecular Hamiltonian, molecular mechanics, molecular modeling, molecular orbital, molecular physics, molecular spring, molecular term symbol, molecule and odd molecule, open chain compound, Pariser–Parr–Pople method, positronium hydride, reaction coordinate, Renner–Teller effect, rigid rotor, rotational temperature, RRKM theory, secondary ionization, spin probe, thermal stability, ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy, vibrational temperature and energy relaxation, x-ray fluorescence and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.

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