Photoacoustic and photothermal phenomena: proceedings of the 5th International Topical Meeting, Heidelberg, Fed. Rep. of Germany, July 27-30, 1987
Peter Hess, Josef Pelzl
Springer-Verlag, Dec 31, 1988 - Science - 573 pages
photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena contains reviews and a large numberof selected contributed papers reporting progress in the application of new photoacoustic and photo- thermal techniques in physics, chemistry, biology, medicine and materials science. Theoretical and experimental work is presented on spectroscopy, kinetics and relaxation, trace analysis, mass and heat transport, surfaces and thin films, nondestructive evaluation,ultrasonics and semiconductors.
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Thermal Wave Spectroscopies Where Do They Win?
Photoacoustic XRay Absorption Spectroscopy
Study of the Photoacoustic Signal of Transparent DoubleLayer
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