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The importance of nuclear electric quadrupole interactions in chemistry, both present and future, depends very much on their power to resolve problems in electronic structure and molecular dynamics. Fortunately, the subject, by its very nature, is "multinuclear"; even if the ground state of a given nucleus is non-quadrupolar, there often exist excited nuclear states which are, an example beingdoi:10.1515/zna-1986-1-289 fatcat:mplawhztrrdmfi7r7nbl4qtsjm