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Chemical and Biochemical Applications of Lasers, Volume II illustrates the current and potential applications of lasers in new fields of research in chemistry, biology, and other important fields.
The book covers the laser spectroscopy of molecular jets; methods of high-resolution spectroscopy; vibrational relaxation in condensed phases; the distributions of quantum states encountered in chemical lasers and laser-induced chemical reactions; the hydrodynamics of biological systems; and developments in lasers such as the rare gas halide ultraviolet laser, which will find important new applications in chemistry and biology.
Chemists, biologists, and physicists will find the book educational and insightful.
List of Contributors
1. Laser Spectroscopy in Supersonic Jets
I. Jets and Beams
II. Laser Excitation of Supersonic Beams
III. Detection: Fluorescence and Others
IV. Recent Applications
2. Vibrational Relaxation in Matrices
II. Mechanism of Vibrational Relaxation
III. Experimental Techniques
IV. Survey of Experimental Results and Discussion
3. Picosecond Investigations of Dynamic Processes in Polyatomic Molecules in Liquids
II. Investigations After Excitation by Stimulated Raman
III. Investigation with Resonant Infrared Excitation
IV. Concluding Remarks
4. Thermodynamics of Molecular Disequilibrium
II. Elementary Chemical Reactions
III. Macroscopic Disequilibrium
5. Applications of Laser Velocimetry in Biology and Medicine
II. Principles and Methods
III. Electrophoretic Light Scattering
V. Blood Flow
VI. Protoplasmic Streaming
6. New Laser Sources
II. Rare Gas Halide Lasers
III. Other Ultraviolet/Visible Sources
IV. New Infrared Sources
V. Commercial Update and Future Directions
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- © Academic Press 1977
- 28th January 1977
- Academic Press
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