By James N., Jr. Pitts
Content material: Advances in Photochemistry; Contents; Vapor part Photochemistry of the impartial Oxides and Sulfides of Carbon; Photolysis of Saturated Alcohols, Ethers, and Amines; Excitation and Deexcitation of Benzene; fundamental Photoprocesses o f Organo-Transition steel Compounds; Intramolecular Proton move in Electronically Excited Molecules; Excited nation habit of a few Bichromophoric platforms; topic Index
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