Advances in Photochemistry, Volume 29

  • ID: 2173066
  • Book
  • 384 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

  • Ensemble Photophysics of Rigid Polyphenylene Based Dendritic Structures
    M. LOR, G. SCHWEITZER, M. VAN DER AUWERAER, J. HOFKENS and F. C. DeSCHRYVER
  • Photochemistry of Short–Lived Species Using Multi–Beam Irridation
    MAMORU FUJISUKA and TESTURO MAJIMA
  • Two–Photon Physical, Organic and Polymer Chemistry: Theory, Techniques, Chromophore Design, and Applications
    BERND STREHMEL and VERONIKA STREHMEL
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Ensemble Photophysics of Rigid Polyphenylene Based Dendritic Structures (M. Lor, G. Schweitzer, M. Van Der Auweraer, J. Hofkens, and F. C. De Schryver).

Photochemistry of Short–Lived Species Using Multibeam Irradiation (Mamoru Fujitsuka and Tetsuro Majma).

Two–Photon Physical, Organic, and Polymer Chemistry: Theory, Techniques, Chromophore Design, and Applications (Bernd Strehmel and Veronika Strehmel).

Index.

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Douglas C. Neckers is a McMaster Distinguished Research Professor and Executive Director of the Bowling Green State University Center for Photochemical Sciences.  He received his PhD from the University of Kansas in 1963, and is the recipient of various awards and honors, including the 1999 InterAmerican Photochemical Society Award  for Outstanding Research.  His work includes researching and developing new photopolymerization systems and understanding the molecular details of how polymerization occurs after the absorption of light.  He has served as Series Editor ofAdvances in Photochemistry since the publication of Volume 17 in 1992.

William S. Jenks is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Iowa State University, and is head of the Jenks Research Group.  He received his PhD from Columbia University in 1991.  He was named a Cottrell Scholar by the Research Corporation in 1995 and received and NSF Career Award in 1996.  His research interests include organic photochemistry, reactive intermediates, and sulfur chemistry.

Thomas Wolff is a Professor of Chemistry at the Technical University of Dresden in Germany.  He received his PhD from the University of Göttingen in 1975.  He has served as a lecturer and guest professor at the University of Siegen and the University of Houston, and has been a National Representative of the European Photochemistry Association (EPA) since 2000.

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