Volume 32 is proof again of the platform provided by Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry for some of the most interesting and diverse papers being produced today. Contributions by academic and industrial chemists give the volume a perspective useful to those working in both fields.
Physical chemists, organic chemists, solid state scientists, and crystallographers.
Table of Contents
J. Eklund, A. Bond, J. Alden, and R.G. Compton, Perspectives in Modern Voltammetry. J. Wolff and R. Wortmann, Organic Materials for Nonlinear Optics. T. Sugawara, Tautomerism in the Solid State. Y. Tsuno and M. Fujio, The Tukawa-Tsuno Relationship in Carbocationic Systems. Subject Index.