# Browse by Subject "Chemistry, Physical"

• (1975)

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• (1987)
Part One. The relationships between the Kamlet-Taft $\beta$-$\pi\sp\*$ solvation approach and the E and C equation are investigated. The breakup of solvation effects into nonspecific ($\pi\sp\*$) and specific Lewis base ...

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• (1972)

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• (1988)
Part I. A novel experimental technique, the L-band, B$\sb0$ $\Vert$ B$\sb1$ Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectrometer, is proposed as part of an overall "Multi-Frequency" analysis, as an effective method ...

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• (1976)

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• (1969)

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• (1954)

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• (1991)
Metalloporphyrins serve many functions in biological systems. Their important roles in the reduction of oxoanions such as nitrite and sulfite in bacteria and in the oxidation of organic substrates by cytochrome P450 has ...

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• (1985)
Energy disposal into CN (product) degrees-of-freedom following photolysis of BrCN and NC=CN (cyanogen) upon absorption of a single 193 nm photon was investigated. Supersonic expansion in a molecular beam was utilized to ...

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• (1974)

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• (1978)

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• (1981)
The pressure dependence of luminescence intensities, energies, and decay times of several tris rare earth betadiketonates has been investigated in crystalline and plastic media over the pressure range of 0-120 kilobars. ...

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• (1995)
The tendency for miniaturization in electronic devices has created the need for materials capable of high storage densities and high switching rates. There has been ample effort in bringing this miniaturization to the ...

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• (1967)

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• (1955)

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• (1957)

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• (1978)

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• (1980)
Several photochemical reactions occur on a very fast timescale. These ultrafast reactions may best be studied by the use of picosecond spectroscopy. These studies require advanced instrumental and data acquisition techniques. ...

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• (1988)
This thesis presents the results of the time resolved study of intramolecular vibrational relaxation in the molecule fluorene. The results represent the first extensive study of a molecule using the technique which we have ...

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