Chirality: Physical Chemistry, Volume 810
Janice M. Hicks
American Chemical Society, 2002 - Science - 356 pages
The physical chemistry of chirality touches on many different chemical fields and as these fields become increasingly sophisticated there is a need for an updated molecular-level text about how the chemistry actually takes place. This volume fills that need by providing current information on a variety of topics, including chiral recognition, spectroscopy, vibrations of chiral molecules, chiral surfaces and theoretical issues in chirality.
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Determination of the Structures of Chiral Molecules
New Insight into Solution Structure and Dynamics
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