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|Polymer Photophysics and Photochemistry
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|Chemiluminescence in Organic Chemistry (Reactivity & Structure)
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Author: Karl-Dietrich Gundermann
The appearance of the first review in 1965  and the first monograph in 1968  on chemiluminescence demonstrated the extent of the phenomenon of light emission from the reaction of organic compounds in solution. Since then the num ber of chemiluminescent compounds has greatly increased, although the advan ces in theory and, more recently, applications are probably more significant. The present work is written by two authors who, together with E. H. White, helped to bring the study of chemiluminescence into the modern era. However many investigators are making contributions to the subject, even if the number of enthusiasts still remains small. It is not our intention to write an exhaustive account of chemiluminescence, still less of bioluminescence, and we have concentrated on making the landmarks in the area familiar to a readership outside the circle of specialists. The emphasis is on the range of organic compounds showing light emission with very little description of the relatively few inorganic or the more numerous biological examples which have been discovered. We hope that some of the excitement of the striking demonstrations of chemiluminescence which can be made appears in the text, albeit in the form of intellectual satisfaction and interest. We thank Prof. Dr. J. Stauff, Frankfurt for his generous advice and his critical comments. The chapter dealing with Peroxy-oxalate chemiluminescence has been commented up on critically by Dr. M. M. Rauhut, Stamford, Connecticut which we gratefully acknowledge.
|Photochemistry in Microheterogeneous Systems
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|Photothermal Spectroscopy Methods for Chemical Analysis
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A unique guide to the application and theory of photothermal spectroscopy.
This book debunks the myth that photothermal spectroscopy is too complicated for practical application to chemical analysis, and demonstrates the advantages this technique has over conventional spectroscopy in facilitating extremely sensitive measurements of optical absorption in homogeneous media. The book covers the subject from the ground up, lists all practical considerations needed to obtain accurate results, and provides a working knowledge of the various methods in use--including photo acoustics and photopyroelectric techniques.
Bringing together a wealth of information that has been scattered throughout the professional literature, Photothermal Spectroscopy Methods for Chemical Analysis covers methods and information that should be known to every analytical chemist, including:
* Descriptions of photothermal spectroscopy using a consistent mathematical language
* Helpful examples from the literature of analytical applications and current research
* Illustrations of all important points, consistent equations, and numerous original figures
* A discussion of laser technology and how it is used to obtain accurate results from extremely small samples of a few molecules
* Everything spectroscopists need to know to construct their own apparatus and use it to conduct successful experiments
* Tips on how to interpret experimental results effectively when using nonlinear processes and in many other situations in photothermal spectroscopy
* Considerations for further study of heterogeneous sample analysis
* Unified nomenclature of the patchwork of terms used by researchers in analytical and physical chemistry, physics, and optical engineering
* Equations that are derived with the aid of a symbolic language processor to ensure correct results
Photothermal spectroscopy has seen major advances since the advent of laser technology twenty-five years ago. It is now possible, using a laser's coherent and powerful output, to obtain extremely sensitive measurements of optical absorption that exceed those of mass spectroscopy by two or three times, and produce accurate results from only a few molecules.
Focusing on samples in homogeneous media, this book provides a unique guide--incorporating theory and application--to all available photothermal spectroscopy techniques for chemical and material analysis. It uses a systematic approach in its comprehensive treatment of the theory, and covers all the necessary background material, from laser optics to fluid dynamics.
This accessible text describes the various processes used to detect thermal perturbation of a sample, ranging from optical excitation to nonlinear processes, and covers all optical principles necessary to understand photothermal spectroscopy. When dealing with hydrodynamic equations that govern energy transfer in the sample matrix, it provides an original impulse-response approach. In addition, the book explains how to construct the apparatus one needs to conduct successful photothermal experiments, since commercial equipment is not available as in conventional spectrophotometry.
Throughout, this book draws on information from a wide range of fields, including analytical spectroscopy, measurement physics, physical optics, and chemical dynamics. Providing clear explanations at every turn, the author demonstrates a complete understanding of the theory and applications as a firm basis for the correct interpretation of experimental results.
For analytical chemists, as well as for students at the graduate level, Photothermal Spectroscopy Methods for Chemical Analysis is an unmatched resource that develops a consistent mathematical basis for signal description, consolidates previous theories, and provides invaluable insight into laser technology.
- Photothermal Spectroscopy Methods for Chemical Analysis
|Photoreactive Polymers: The Science and Technology of Resists
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Author: Arnost Reiser
Basic mechanisms and applications of photoresist chemistry in semiconductor device manufacturing, lithography, chemical engineering, and the graphic arts are discussed in this book. It gives a balanced view of the subject as it now stands and at the same time promotes an understanding of the perennial challenge of material science to meet the demands of new technology by the successful design of new materials. The presentation of the text follows the history of the subject, and the generic resist systems are described approximately in the order in which they made their appearance. This approach maintains the logic of technical development where a new material emerges in response to some deficiency in its historic precursor. The chapters dealing with the resists are interspersed with sections on the related background in photophysics, radiation chemistry, and image science. The text will be of benefit to engineers, chemists and materials scientists in the semiconductor, graphic arts, and polymer photography industries, and graduate students in chemical engineering and electronics.
|Organic Photochemistry and Pericyclic Reactions
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Since the knowledge of Organic reaction mechanism is essential for understanding the course of Organic chemistry, a study of Organic reaction mechanism now forms an essential part of the Organic chemistry courses in all the Universities. This book is intended for students at the graduate and postgraduate level. Due to wide coverage and simple style, students at all levels can get benefited from this book All topics have been selected with great care keeping in mind the needs of the students. Certain topics which are generally discussed in introductory books are excluded. Each chapter concludes with a set of review questions.
|Photochemical and Photobiological Reviews: Volume 6
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The goals of the science of photobiology can be divided into four categories: to develop (I) ways to optimize the beneficial effects of light on man and his environment, (2) methods to protect organisms, including man, from the detrimental effects of light, (3) photochemical tools for use in studies of life processes, and (4) photochemical therapies in medicine. To achieve these goals will require the knowledgeable collaboration of biologists, chemists, engineers, mathematicians, physicians, and physicists; because photobiology is a truly multidisciplinary science. While a multidis ciplinary science is more intellectually demanding, it also has a greater potential for unexpected breakthroughs that can occur when data from several areas of science are integrated into new concepts for theoretical or practical use. Photochemical and Photobiological Reviews continues to provide in depth coverage of the many specialty areas of photobiology. It is hoped that these reviews will provide an important service to the younger scientists in the field and to senior scientists in related fields, because they provide a ready access to the recent literature in the field, and more importantly, they frequently offer a critical evaluation of the direction that the field is taking, or suggest a redirection when appropriate. Since it is important that this review series remain responsive to the needs of photochemists and photobiologists, the Editor would value com ments and suggestions from its readers.
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|Handbook of photochemistry
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Author: Steven L Murov
This volume compiles unimolecular and bimolecular photochemical data for a wide range of commonly used organic molecules. This edition contains information on bimolecular quenching of both singlet and triplet states, transient absorbance of excited triplet states, and computer-generated molecular formula and name indexes.;Handbook of Photochemistry is intended for physical and organic chemists, biochemists, photobiologists, physicists, laser engineers and graduates in these disciplines.
|Computational Methods in Photochemistry (Molecular and Supramolecular Photochemistry)
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Addressing critical aspects of computational modeling in photochemistry, Molecular Methods in Photochemistry is designed to familiarize researchers and practitioners with state-of-the-art computational methods to predict the reactivity of excited molecules. It provides practical guidelines and examples for the modeling of excited states and describes some of the latest approaches in the computational modeling of photochemistry in solutions and constrained media.
Presents research from experts in the top tiers of computational chemistry and photochemistry including chapters by recognized specialists such as Howard Zimmerman, Josef Michl, Matthew Platz, Nina Gritsan, Weston Borden, Mike Robb, Michael Bearpark, Maccimo Olivucci, Martin Klessinger, Frank Weinhold, Todd Martinez, and others.
While the issue of excited states is discussed in specialized computational series, these books address issues of organic photochemistry sparsely. There has been, until now, no volume specifically devoted to the computational methods in photochemistry with an emphasis on organic photochemistry.
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