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Introduction Annual Reports C Cite thi EDITORIAL 109 ,9 G. A. Webb DOI: 10.1039/c3pc90008h It is my pleasure to introduce part C of Volume 109 of Annual Reports. In common with previous volumes in this series the present one contains accounts of progress in various areas of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry. The opening report is on `Biomedical applications of carbon nanotubes' by M. Roldo and D. G. Fatouros; this is followed by a review from B. Bagchi on `Photochemical funnels in stiff conjugated polymers'; I. McKenzie covers `The positive muon and mSR spectroscopy: powerful tools for investigating the structure and dynamics of free radicals and spin probes in complex systems'; G. A. Worth and G. W. Richings report on `Optimal control by computer'; `Advances in low temperature gas-phase kinetics' is the topic chosen by I. W. M. Smith and P. W. Barnes; `Voltammetry of proteins at liquid­liquid interfaces' is discussed by D. W. M. Arrigan; M. Costes and C. Naulin report on `Studies of reactions relevant to astrochemistry'; C. Zhang, Y. Yan, Y. S. Zhao and J. Yao cover `Synthesis and applications of organic nanorods, nanowires and nanotubes'; `Molecular structure by X-ray diffraction' is covered by H. R. Powell; finally, D. Sabo, D. Jiao, S. Varma, L. R. Pratt and S. B. Rempe give an account of a `Case study of Rb+(aq), quasi-chemical theory of ion hydration and the no Split Occupancies rule'. My sincere thanks are due to all of these reporters for their timely and interesting contributions to Annual Reports. Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, London W1J 0B, UK Annu. Rep. Prog. Chem., Sect. C: Phys. Chem., 2013, 109, 9 This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2013 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Reports Section "C" (Physical Chemistry) Royal Society of Chemistry

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Annual Reports C Cite thi EDITORIAL 109 ,9 G. A. Webb DOI: 10.1039/c3pc90008h It is my pleasure to introduce part C of Volume 109 of Annual Reports. In common with previous volumes in this series the present one contains accounts of progress in various areas of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry. The opening report is on `Biomedical applications of carbon nanotubes' by M. Roldo and D. G. Fatouros; this is followed by a review from B. Bagchi on `Photochemical funnels in stiff conjugated polymers'; I. McKenzie covers `The positive muon and mSR spectroscopy: powerful tools for investigating the structure and dynamics of free radicals and spin probes in complex systems'; G. A. Worth and G. W. Richings report on `Optimal control by computer'; `Advances in low temperature gas-phase kinetics' is the topic chosen by I. W. M. Smith and P. W. Barnes; `Voltammetry of proteins at liquid­liquid interfaces' is discussed by D. W. M. Arrigan; M. Costes and C. Naulin report on `Studies of reactions relevant to astrochemistry'; C. Zhang, Y. Yan, Y. S. Zhao and J. Yao cover `Synthesis and applications of organic nanorods, nanowires and nanotubes'; `Molecular structure by X-ray diffraction' is covered by H. R. Powell; finally, D. Sabo, D. Jiao, S. Varma, L. R. Pratt and S. B. Rempe give an account of a `Case study of Rb+(aq), quasi-chemical theory of ion hydration and the no Split Occupancies rule'. My sincere thanks are due to all of these reporters for their timely and interesting contributions to Annual Reports. Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, London W1J 0B, UK Annu. Rep. Prog. Chem., Sect. C: Phys. Chem., 2013, 109, 9 This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2013

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