Point Group C14

C14 E 2C14 2C7 2(C14)3 2(C7)2 2(C14)5 2(C7)3 C2
A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
B 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1
E1* 2 2cos(π/7) 2cos(2π/7) 2cos(3π/7) -2cos(3π/7) -2cos(2π/7) -2cos(π/7) -2
E2* 2 2cos(2π/7) -2cos(3π/7) -2cos(π/7) -2cos(π/7) -2cos(3π/7) 2cos(2π/7) 2
E3* 2 2cos(3π/7) -2cos(π/7) -2cos(2π/7) 2cos(2π/7) 2cos(π/7) -2cos(3π/7) -2
E4* 2 -2cos(3π/7) -2cos(π/7) 2cos(2π/7) 2cos(2π/7) -2cos(π/7) -2cos(3π/7) 2
E5* 2 -2cos(2π/7) -2cos(3π/7) 2cos(π/7) -2cos(π/7) 2cos(3π/7) 2cos(2π/7) -2
E6* 2 -2cos(π/7) 2cos(2π/7) -2cos(3π/7) -2cos(3π/7) 2cos(2π/7) -2cos(π/7) 2

Additional information

Number of symmetry elements h = 14
Number of classes, irreps n = 14
Number of real-valued irreducible representations n = 8
Abelian group yes
Optical Isomerism (Chirality) yes
Polar yes
Parity no

Reduce representation to irreducible representations

E 2C14 2C7 2(C14)3 2(C7)2 2(C14)5 2(C7)3 C2

Genrate representation from irreducible representations

A B E1* E2* E3* E4* E5* E6*

Direct products of irreducible representations

Binary products
A B E1* E2* E3* E4* E5* E6*
E1* E1E62A⊕E2
E2* E2E5E1⊕E32A⊕E4
E3* E3E4E2⊕E4E1⊕E52A⊕E6
E4* E4E3E3⊕E5E2⊕E62B⊕E12A⊕E6
E5* E5E2E4⊕E62B⊕E3E2⊕E6E1⊕E52A⊕E4
E6* E6E12B⊕E5E4⊕E6E3⊕E5E2⊕E4E1⊕E32A⊕E2

Ternary Products
Quaternary Products

Symmetric powers [Γn] of degenerate irreducible representations
Vibrational overtones

irrep 2] 3] 4] 5] 6]
E1* A⊕E2E1⊕E3A⊕E2⊕E4E1⊕E3⊕E5A⊕E2⊕E4⊕E6More
E2* A⊕E4E2⊕E6A⊕E4⊕E6E2⊕E4⊕E6A⊕E2⊕E4⊕E6More
E3* A⊕E6E3⊕E5A⊕E2⊕E6E1⊕E3⊕E5A⊕E2⊕E4⊕E6More
E4* A⊕E6E2⊕E4A⊕E2⊕E6E2⊕E4⊕E6A⊕E2⊕E4⊕E6More
E5* A⊕E4E1⊕E5A⊕E4⊕E6E1⊕E3⊕E5A⊕E2⊕E4⊕E6More
E6* A⊕E2E4⊕E6A⊕E2⊕E4E2⊕E4⊕E6A⊕E2⊕E4⊕E6More

Spherical harmonics and Multipoles
Symmetric Powers of Γxyz

Spherical Harmonics Yl / Multipole Symmetric Power [Γl(xyz)]
l 2l+1 Multipole Symmetry Rank l(xyz)]
s (l=0) 1 Monopole A 1 A
p (l=1) 3 Dipole A⊕E1 3 A⊕E1
d (l=2) 5 Quadrupole A⊕E1⊕E2 6 2A⊕E1⊕E2
f (l=3) 7 Octupole A⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3 10 2A⊕2E1⊕E2⊕E3
g (l=4) 9 Hexadecapole A⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4 15 3A⊕2E1⊕2E2⊕E3⊕E4
h (l=5) 11 Dotricontapole A⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4⊕E5 21 3A⊕3E1⊕2E2⊕2E3⊕E4⊕E5
i (l=6) 13 Tetrahexacontapole A⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4⊕E5⊕E6 28 4A⊕3E1⊕3E2⊕2E3⊕2E4⊕E5⊕E6
j (l=7) 15 Octacosahectapole A⊕2B⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4⊕E5⊕E6 36 4A⊕2B⊕4E1⊕3E2⊕3E3⊕2E4⊕2E5⊕E6
k (l=8) 17 256-pole A⊕2B⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4⊕E5⊕2E6 45 5A⊕2B⊕4E1⊕4E2⊕3E3⊕3E4⊕2E5⊕3E6
l (l=9) 19 512-pole A⊕2B⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4⊕2E5⊕2E6 55 5A⊕4B⊕5E1⊕4E2⊕4E3⊕3E4⊕4E5⊕3E6
m (l=10) 21 1024-pole A⊕2B⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕2E4⊕2E5⊕2E6 66 6A⊕4B⊕5E1⊕5E2⊕4E3⊕5E4⊕4E5⊕5E6
n (l=11) 23 2048-pole A⊕2B⊕E1⊕E2⊕2E3⊕2E4⊕2E5⊕2E6 78 6A⊕6B⊕6E1⊕5E2⊕6E3⊕5E4⊕6E5⊕5E6
o (l=12) 25 4096-pole A⊕2B⊕E1⊕2E2⊕2E3⊕2E4⊕2E5⊕2E6 91 7A⊕6B⊕6E1⊕7E2⊕6E3⊕7E4⊕6E5⊕7E6

First nonvanshing multipole: Dipole

Further Reading

  • A. Gelessus, W. Thiel, W. Weber. J. Chem. Educ. 72 505 (1995)
    Multipoles and symmetry

Ligand Field, dn term splitting

Term symbols for electronic configurations dn
dn Term Symbols
d1 = d9 2D
d2 = d8 1S, 1D, 1G, 3P, 3F
d3 = d7 2P, 2D (2), 2F, 2G, 2H, 4P, 4F
d4 = d6 1S (2), 1D (2), 1F, 1G (2), 1I, 3P (2), 3D, 3F (2), 3G, 3H, 5D
d5 2S, 2P, 2D (3), 2F (2), 2G (2), 2H, 2I, 4P, 4D, 4F, 4G, 6S

Term splitting in point group C14
L 2L+1 Term Splitting
S (L=0) 1 A
P (L=1) 3 A⊕E1
D (L=2) 5 A⊕E1⊕E2
F (L=3) 7 A⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3
G (L=4) 9 A⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4
H (L=5) 11 A⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4⊕E5
I (L=6) 13 A⊕E1⊕E2⊕E3⊕E4⊕E5⊕E6

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