Structure and dynamics of electronic excited states
New developments in laser technology and theoretical modeling has allowed physicists to control chemical reactions using lasers and to attain an understanding of the underlying photochemical reaction mechanism. The book gives a up-to-date presentation of this research area, covering time-resolved spectroscopy and the dynamical behavior of electronically excited states.
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Vibrational Potential Energy Surfaces of NonRigid Molecules
Structures and Dynamics of Excited Electronic States and Ionic
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