Advances in Photochemistry, Volume 27

  • ID: 2172589
  • Book
  • 200 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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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

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.

In this volume

Supramolecularly Organized Luminescent Dye Molecules in the Channels of Zeolite L
GION CALZAFERRI, HUUB MAAS, MARC PAUCHARD, MICHEL PFENNIGER, SILKE MEGELSKI, and ANDRÉ DEVAUX

Proton Transfer Reactions in Benzophenone/N, N–Dimethylaniline Photochemistry
KEVIN S. PETERS

Functional Molecular Glasses Building Blocks for Future Optoelectronics
THOMAS FUHRMANN and JOSEF SALBECK

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Supramolecularly Organized Luminescent Dye Molecules in the Channels of Zeolite L (Gion Calzaferri, Huub Maas, Marc Pauchard, Michel Pfenniger, Silke Megelski, and Andre Devaux).

Proton–Transfer Reactions in Benzophenone/N,N–Dimethylaniline Photochemistry (Kevin S. Peters).

Functional Molecular Glasses: Building Blocks for Future Optoelectronics (Thomas S. Fuhrmann and Josel Salbeck).

Index.

Cumulative Index, Volumes 1–27.
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"...an authoritative resource?this book and the series of which it is a part are of continuing value to the photochemistry community and should be a required acquisition..." (The Chemist, Summer 2003)

"...highly recommend this book to researchers looking for an up–to–date introduction to any of the areas covered in this edition." (Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 125, No. 25, 2003)

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