Coriolis resonance interactions

Coriolis resonance interactions

[kȯr·ē′ō·ləs ′rez·ən·əns ‚in·tər‚ak·shənz]
(spectroscopy)
Perturbation of two vibrations of a polyatomic molecule, having nearly equal frequencies, on each other, due to the energy contribution of the Coriolis operator.