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Table of Contents
Ligand-Stabilized Metal Clusters: Structure, Bonding, Fluxionality, and the Metallic State (K. Kharas and L. Dahl).
Structural Models for Clusters Produced in a Free Jet Expansion (J. Farges, et al).
Solid-Liquid Phase Behavior in Microclusters (R. Berry, et al).
The Quantum Mechanics of Clusters (D. Freeman and J. Doll).
Small Cluster Reactions of Van der Waals Molecules (R. Naaman).
Molecular Surface Chemistry: Reactions of Gas-Phase Metal Clusters (A. Kaldor, et al).
Nucleation of Crystals from the Melt (D. Oxtoby).
Vibrational Relaxation in Condensed Phases (J. Chesnoy and G. Gale).
Size Effects in Encounter and Reaction Dynamics (M. Sceats).
Energy Profiles for Organic Reactions in Solution (W. Jorgensen).
Activated Rate Processes in Condensed Phases: The Kramers Theory Revisited (A. Nitzan).