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310 




1. 
TimeIndependent Hamiltonian 


1 (Ch. 2); 2 (Ch. 1); 4 (p. 405) 

2. 
TwoLevel System 

8 (Ch. 2) 



Visualize a two state coherence 




3. 
Appendix: Properties of Operators 



2. 
410 




1. 
TimeEvolution Operator 


9; 4 (p. 1340) 

2. 
Adiabatic Approximation 




3. 
Transitions Induced by TimeDependent Potential 

6 (Ch. 14); 9 (Ch. 2); 4 (p. 308) 



& Resonant Driving of a TwoLevel System 




4. 
Schrödinger and Heisenberg Representations 


9 (Ch. 2); 8; 2 (Ch. 4); 4 (p. 312) 

5. 
Interaction Picture 


8; 2 (Ch. 4) 

6. 
TimeDependent Perturbation Theory 


9; 4 (p. 1285), 2 (Ch. 4) 

7. 
FirstOrder Perturbation Theory and Fermi's Golden Rule 


5 (Ch. 4), 9; 4 (p. 1299) 
3. 
410 
6 (p. 510); 1 (Ch. 9); 4 (p. 1344) 

4. 
410 




1. 
Electric Dipole Hamiltonian and Absorption Spectrum 


2 (Ch. 5); 4; 5; 6; 9 

2. 
Supplement: Review of Free Electromagnetic Field 


11 

3. 
Absorption CrossSection 


2 (Ch. 5); 4; 5; 6; 9 

4. 
505 




5. 
403 

3 (Ch. 13) 

5. 
510 

1 (Ch. 6); 5; 7 (Ch. 21); 1216 


1. 
TimeCorrelation Functions 




2. 
Quantum TimeCorrelation Functions 




3. 
Transition Rates from Correlation Functions 



6. 
510 




0. 
Classical Description of Spectroscopy 
208 



1. 
Absorption Lineshape from TimeCorrelation Functions 
510 

5; 2; 7 (Ch. 21); 1 (Sec. 6.2) 

2. 
Examples: Vibrational, Rotational, Raman 
510 



3. 
Spectroscopy: Ensemble Averaging and Line Broadening 
309 



4. 
Displaced Harmonic Oscillator Model: Electronic 
309 
8; 2 (Ch. 10); 1 (Sec. 12.5). 


5. 
DHO Model: Coupling to Bath and Temperature 
309 



6. 
Semiclassical Approximation to the Dipole Correlation Function 
611 

22 
7. 
510 




1. 
Fluctuations and Randomness 


1 (Ch. 7) 

2. 
Fluctuations in Spectroscopy 




3. 
GaussianStochastic Model for Spectral Diffusion Appendix: Cumulant Expansion 

8; 5; 15; 1 (Sec. 7.47.5) 


4. 
Quantum Fluctuations: Energy Gap Hamiltonian 


8 (Ch. 7 and 8) 

5. 
Correspondence of Harmonic Bath and Stochastic Eqns. 
309 

1 (Sec. 6.5,8,12.2,12.5) 

6. 
Brownian Oscillator Model 
309 
8 (Ch. 8); 1 (Sec. 12.3) 

8. 
309 

1216, 18 


1. 
Classical Linear Response Theory 


5; 8 

2. 
Quantum Response Functions 


8 (Ch. 5) 

3. 
Response Function and Energy Absorption 


7 

4. 
Relaxation of Prepared State and FluctuationDissipation 



9. 
309 

17; 8 

10. 
309 




1. 
Vibrational Relaxation 


19; 18; 2 (Ch. 11) 

2. 
Relaxation and Density Matrix; Redfield Equations 


17, 1 (Ch. 10) 
11. 
409 

8 







1. 
Introduction 




2. 
Nonlinear Polarization 




3. 
Diagrammatic Perturbation Theory 




4. 
ThirdOrder Nonlinear Spectroscopy 




5. 
Characterizing Fluctuations with Nonlinear Spectroscopy 
507 



6. 
609 



12. 
aPPLICATIONS 





1. 
308 




2. 
308 

20; 2 (Ch. 10) 


3. 
305 

21 

13. 
510 

