Res. Chem. Intermed., Vol. 31, No. 7–8, pp. 555 – 556 (2005) VSP 2005. Also available online - www.vsppub.com This issue of Research on Chemical Intermediates contains some of the papers pre- sented at the seventh Biennial Trombay Symposium on Radiation and Photochem- istry (TSRP-2004) held at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (Mumbai, India), 8–12 January 2004. Most readers may remember that the TSRP symposium series was started in 1992 as a brain-child of Dr. Jai Pal Mittal, who retired from BARC on 30 September 2003 as Director, Chemistry and Isotope Group. TSRP has now be- come an internationally recognised forum for bringing radiation chemists and pho- tochemists working in different parts of the world together on the same platform. On behalf of the Trombay scientiﬁc community it is my privilege to dedicate this special issue of Research on Chemical Intermediates to the scientiﬁc community. Proceedings of the three previous symposia, TSRP-96, TSRP-98 and TSRP-2000, were published in special issues of the journal Radiation Physics and Chemistry (1997) and two special issues each of this journal (1999 and 2001), respectively. Part of the proceedings of the 3rd APC-2002/6th TSRP-2002 was published in Pro- ceedings of the Academy of
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