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1, the possible symmetry ELECTRONIC STATES 49 ^ SO are À(Lx) ¼ B2, À(Ly) ¼ B1 and À(Rz) ¼ A2. For a sigrepresentations for H nificant coupling, the matrix elements must have electronic wavefunctions that ÀS bond (z-axis) rotate into each other. Rz transforms as a rotation about the CÀ and creates a coupling element of the type hnj Rz j pi. This operator is said to rotate the n orbital that y-projects from the side of the CS bond to the p (px) ^ SO ) ¼ A2, and for hS2 j ^ SO, À(H out-of-plane orbital.
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