ISBN-10:
0471591335
ISBN-13:
9780471591337
Pub. Date:
05/28/1993
Publisher:
Wiley
Advances in Photochemistry / Edition 1

Advances in Photochemistry / Edition 1

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Overview

Setting the pace for progress and innovation . . .

"[Provides] a wealth of information on frontier photochemistry . . . could easily serve as a definitive source of background information for future researchers."
Journal of the American Chemical Society

"The overall quality of the series and the timeliness of selections and authors warrants continuation of the series by any library wishing to maintain a first-rate reference series to the literature."
Physics Today

ADVANCES IN PHOTOCHEMISTRY

More than a simple survey of the current literature, Advances in Photochemistry offers critical evaluations written by internationally recognized experts. These pioneering scientists offer unique and varied points of view of the existing data. Their articles are challenging as well as provocative and are intended to stimulate discussion, promote further research, and encourage new developments in the field.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780471591337
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 05/28/1993
Series: Advances in Photochemistry Series , #18
Edition description: Volume 18 ed.
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.29(h) x 0.98(d)

About the Author

David H. Volman, professor emeritus, chemistry, was born in 1916 in Los Angeles California. He received his BS and MS degrees in chemistry from UCLA in 1937 and 1938 and his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1940. In 1940 he joined UC Davis as an instructor and junior chemist but left during World War II to work as research chemist for the U.S. Office of Scientific Research and Development. George Simms Hammond was an American scientist and theoretical chemist who developed "Hammond's postulate", and fathered organic photochemistry - the general theory of the geometric structure of the transition state in an organic chemical reaction.

Table of Contents

Time-Resolved FTIR Emission Studies of Photochemical Reactions (G.Hancock & D. Heard).

A Model for the Influence of Organized Media on PhotochemicalReactions (V. Ramamurthy, et al.).

Up-Scaling Photochemical Reactions (A. Braun, et al.).

Photochemistry of the Xanthine Dyes (D. Neckers & O.Valdes-Aguilera).

Indexes.

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