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This book celebrates the career and scientific accomplishments of Professor David Buckingham, who is due to retire from his Chair at Cambridge University in 1997.
The adopted format comprises reprints of a number of David Buckingham's key scientific papers, each one or two of these preceded by a review of the corresponding area of David's wide-ranging research interest. Each reviewer is recognised as an expert in that field of interest and has some close association with David Buckingham, as a scientific colleague and/or a former research student. The book should serve as a distinctive reference source, both retrospective and prospective, for the field of chemical physics with which the name A.D. Buckingham is associated.
The editors opted to reprint a majority of early classic Buckingham papers, balanced by some of David Buckingham's more recent publications. Reprinted papers have been placed into a general scientific context that covers prior influences on, and later impacts by, the work nominated for review.
Section and chapter headings: Preface. Acknowledgements. List of contributors. Foreword (J.A. Pople, D.R. Herschbach, J.M. Thomas, A.H. Zewail). The Career of A.D. Buckingham (D.C. Clary, B.J. Orr). The Scientific Publications of A.D. Buckingham. The Electro-Optic Kerr Effect (Review by D.A. Dunmur). Field-Gradient Induced Birefringence: a Direct Route to Molecular Quadrupole Moments (Review by G.L.D. Ritchie). Rayleigh and Raman Scattering (Review by M.P. Bogaard). Forces on Nuclei (Review by A.J. Stone). Intermolecular Forces and Molecular Moments (Review by W. Klemperer). Van der Waals Molecules (Review by A.C. Legon). Solvent Effects in Vibrational Spectra (Review by C.G. Gray, C.G. Joslin). Towards Rotationally Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy (Review by C.A. de Lange). Nonlinear Optics (Review by J.F. Ward). Vibrational Optical Activity (Review by L.D. Barron). NMR Chemical Shifts: Theory and Experiment (Review by C.J. Jameson). Anisotropic NMR (Review by E.E. Burnell).
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- 19th June 1997
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Department of Chemistry, University College London, London, UK
School of Chemistry, Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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