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Back cover Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry, Section C covers recent developments in a number of areas of physical chemistry and chemical physics. Topics generally fall into theoretical and spectroscopic research, materials and catalytic chemistry, thermodynamics or kinetics. Top authors from around the world offer their approach to, and views of, the particular subject, written to a very high standard. Volume 103 delivers articles on: ECL – Electrochemical luminescence (Radha Pyati, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, USA and Mark M Richter, Missouri State University, USA) Chemistry in low-temperature matrices (Matthew J Almond, University of Reading, UK and Nicola Goldberg, University of Cincinnati, USA) Organic conductors – from fundamentals to nonlinear conductivity (Takehito Mori and Tadashi Kawamoto, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) Product branching ratios in simple gas phase reactions (Paul W Seakins, University of Leeds, UK) Diffuse X-ray scattering studies of molecular conductors (Sylvain Ravy, Synchrotron Soleil, Saint Aubin, France) Interfacial immobilisation of DNA molecules (Jian R Lu et al, University of Manchester, UK) Zeolites: physical aspects and environmental applications (Christopher J Rhodes, Fresh-Lands, Reading, UK) Polarized measurements in Raman microscopy (François Lagugné-Labarthet, Université Bordeaux 1, France and University of Western Ontario, Canada) Colloidal magnetic nanocrystals: synthesis, properties and applications (Brian A Korgel et al, University of Texas at Austin, USA). Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry provides comprehensive coverage of the most recent developments in the classical fields of chemical science. Published in three sections, this unique service offers critical assessments from expert international authors, on an annual basis. The short, easily accessible articles combined with the depth of information make Annual Reports an invaluable teaching resource. www.rsc.org/annrepc http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Reports Section "C" (Physical Chemistry) Royal Society of Chemistry

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Royal Society of Chemistry
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0260-1826
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1460-4787
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10.1039/b708004m
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Abstract

Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry, Section C covers recent developments in a number of areas of physical chemistry and chemical physics. Topics generally fall into theoretical and spectroscopic research, materials and catalytic chemistry, thermodynamics or kinetics. Top authors from around the world offer their approach to, and views of, the particular subject, written to a very high standard. Volume 103 delivers articles on: ECL – Electrochemical luminescence (Radha Pyati, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, USA and Mark M Richter, Missouri State University, USA) Chemistry in low-temperature matrices (Matthew J Almond, University of Reading, UK and Nicola Goldberg, University of Cincinnati, USA) Organic conductors – from fundamentals to nonlinear conductivity (Takehito Mori and Tadashi Kawamoto, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) Product branching ratios in simple gas phase reactions (Paul W Seakins, University of Leeds, UK) Diffuse X-ray scattering studies of molecular conductors (Sylvain Ravy, Synchrotron Soleil, Saint Aubin, France) Interfacial immobilisation of DNA molecules (Jian R Lu et al, University of Manchester, UK) Zeolites: physical aspects and environmental applications (Christopher J Rhodes, Fresh-Lands, Reading, UK) Polarized measurements in Raman microscopy (François Lagugné-Labarthet, Université Bordeaux 1, France and University of Western Ontario, Canada) Colloidal magnetic nanocrystals: synthesis, properties and applications (Brian A Korgel et al, University of Texas at Austin, USA). Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry provides comprehensive coverage of the most recent developments in the classical fields of chemical science. Published in three sections, this unique service offers critical assessments from expert international authors, on an annual basis. The short, easily accessible articles combined with the depth of information make Annual Reports an invaluable teaching resource. www.rsc.org/annrepc

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Annual Reports Section "C" (Physical Chemistry)Royal Society of Chemistry

Published: Jun 15, 2007

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