# C4v reducible representation

**representation**theory of ﬁnite groups based on exam problems in Upendra’s courses G denotes a ﬁnite group. G-module = a

**representation**of G. All vector spaces are ﬁnite dimensional and, unless otherwise speciﬁed, over the ﬁeld C of complex numbers. 1. Consider a G-module V and consider its dual V ∗.

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**representation**(Γvib) for the vibrational degrees of freedom in several steps as is shown below. Next the irreducible

**representations**that contribute to Γvib is determined. D6h 122133122133:=()D6h D6h T:= h D6h:=∑ h24= E C 6 C 3 C 2 C 2' C 2" i S 3 S 6 σ h.

**representation**for a dx2-y2 under

**C4v**is thus:

**C4v**E 2C4 C2 2σv 2σd Basis Basis Function B1 1 -1 1 1 -1 x2 -y2 We say: "x2 -y2 transforms like B1 under

**C4v**" Next consider a rotation about the z-axis shown here as a curved arrow: Key: Look along the axis of rotation and determine the sense of rotation before and.

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**representation**for this operation is easily to. Atkins, Child, & Phillips: Tables for Group Theory OXFORD H i g h e r E d u c a t i o n Character Tables Notes: (1) Schönflies symbols are given for all point groups.

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**reducible**

**representation**, we are left with: It is easy to see that what is left is just 2 × A1'; the reduction of the total

**representation**in (b) is thus: 2 E' + 2 A1'. (f) Find the

**reducible**

**representation**of the following sets, then reduce this

**representation**into a sum of irreducible

**representations**.