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II. ELECTRONIC STATES A. 1. The molecular structures and symmetry axes for the planar S0 (ground) and S1 (first excited) electronic states of thiophosgene. the C2v point group. 1). The starting point for the analyses of the various electronic spectra and the corresponding photophysical decay processes begins with a consideration of the electronic states and the electronic configurations in the excitation processes. 2, along with the symmetry species of the individual orbitals and their approximate descriptions.
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