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  • Inorganic Molecular Dissymmetryby Yoshihiko Saito

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 123.10

    As early as 1874 van't Hoff and Le Bel introduced the concept of antipodes for molecules containing an asymmetric carbon atom. This was the first insight into the spacial arrangement of atoms in a mole­ cule. These antipodes exhibit opposite optical rotatory power, but it was not possible to determine specific configuration and direction of the rotatory... more...

  • Electro-Optics and Dielectrics of Macromolecules and Colloidsby Barry R. Jennings

    Springer US 2012; US$ 86.17

    Some seven years before Kerr's death, Larmor proposed that electric birefringence had its origin in the orientation of anisotropic molecules or elements within the apparently isotropic medium. The theory for this concept was formulated by Langevin. During the next half century, occasional measurements were made both to characterise the phenomenon and... more...

  • Practical Mass Spectrometryby Brian S. Middleditch

    Springer US 2012; US$ 86.17

    It has been estimated that more than 8090 of the world's scientists who have ever lived are still alive today. It would not be unreasonable to suggest that more than 95% of those who have ever used a mass spectrometer are not only alive but are still actively employed. Most have never had any formal training in the subject since, with a few notable... more...

  • Intercalated Layered Materialsby Francis Lévy

    Springer Netherlands 2012; US$ 312.26

    Materials with layered structures remain an extensively investigated subject in current physics and chemistry. Most of the promising technological applications however deal with intercalation compounds of layered materials. Graphite intercalation compounds have now been known for a long time. Intercalation in transition metal dichalcogenides, on the... more...

  • Laser-Induced Processes in Moleculesby K. L. Kompa; S. D. Smith

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 123.10

    This conference on both the physics and chemistry of laser-induced processes in molecules was organized by the Quantum Electronics Divisional Board of the European Physical Society whose membership is given on p.367. The confer­ ence aim, to mix physicists and chemists interested in this exciting field both from Europe and further afield, was well... more...

  • Auger Electron Spectroscopy Reference Manualby G. McGuire

    Springer US 2013; US$ 86.17

    Auger electron spectroscopy (AES) is based on the Auger total secondary electron energy distribution, and an ion gun to process, which involves the core-level ionization of an atom with provide depth profiling capability. subsequent deexcitation occurring by an outer-level electron de­ The high surface sensitivity of Auger spectroscopy which dictates... more...

  • Multiple Electron Resonance Spectroscopyby M. M. Dorio

    Springer US 2012; US$ 86.17

    Abragam and Bleaney/H) and others.o6---19) Basically, this volume deals with those spectroscopic techniques that use EPR as a detection method. Chapters 2 through 5 cover the experimental and theoretical aspects of multiple resonance spectroscopy. Chapters 6 through 12 are systems-oriented and deal with the multiple resonance techniques applied to... more...

  • Surface and Colloid Scienceby R. Good

    Springer US 2012; US$ 86.17

    Surface science and colloid science are preeminently experimental subjects. They constitute complementary aspects of a field which has been notably active since World War II; there is every reason to expect that the level of activity will continue to rise in the coming decades, so it is timely to review certain experimental methods of surface and colloid... more...

  • Electrons and Phonons in Layered Crystal Structuresby T.J. Wieting; M. Schlüter

    Springer Netherlands 2012; US$ 86.17

    This volume is devoted to the electron and phonon energy states of inorganic layered crystals. The distinctive feature of these low-dimensional materials is their easy mechanical cleavage along planes parallel to the layers. This feature implies that the chemical binding within each layer is much stronger than the binding between layers and that some,... more...

  • Chemical Kinetics and Transportby Peter Jordan

    Springer US 2012; US$ 100.72

    This book began as a program of self-education. While teaching under­ graduate physical chemistry, I became progressively more dissatisfied with my approach to chemical kinetics. The solution to my problem was to write a detailed set of lecture notes which covered more material, in greater depth, than could be presented in undergraduate physical chemistry.... more...