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Summary III. Spherical Pendulum and Triatomic Isomerization A. Spherical Pendulum B. LiCN and HCN Isomerization C. Summary IV. Angular Momentum Coupling and Atoms in Crossed Fields A. Spin-Rotation Coupling B. Three Coupled Angular Momenta C. Hydrogen Atom in Crossed Fields D. Summary V. Fermi Resonance A. Three-Dimensional Quantum Monodromy of the Resonant Swing Spring B. Two-Dimensional Quantum Monodromy in Fermi Resonance Polyads 1. Effective Hamiltonian and Critical Points 2. Catastrophe Map 3.
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