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100 1  Hansen, Peter W 
245 10 Chemical Physics Research Developments 
264  1 Hauppauge :|bNova Science Publishers, Incorporated,|c2011 
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490 1  Chemistry Research and Applications 
505 0  Intro -- CHEMICAL PHYSICS RESEARCH DEVELOPMENTS -- 
       CHEMICAL PHYSICS RESEARCH DEVELOPMENTS -- CONTENTS -- 
       PREFACE -- PHOTOPERCEPTION IN PLANTS: STRUCTURAL AND 
       FUNCTIONAL  HETEROGENEITY OF PHYTOCHROME A -- ABSTRACT -- 
       1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. PHYTOCHROME:  MOLECULAR NATURE AND 
       MECHANISMS OF ACTION -- 3. LIGHT SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION WITH 
       PARTICIPATION  OF PHYTOCHROME -- 4. MULTIPLE PHYTOCHROMES 
       - PRODUCTS OF DIFFERENT GENES, MAJOR PHYTOCHROMES A AND B 
       -- 5. POLYMORPHISM OF PHYTOCHROME A -- 5.1. In-Planta 
       Phytochrome Fluorescence and Photochemistry -- 5.2. The 
       Energy Level Scheme of the Initial Photoprocesses in 
       Phytochrome -- 5.3. Spectroscopically and Photochemically 
       Distinct Phytochrome Species  in the Plant Cell -- 5.4. 
       Two Molecular Species of Phytochrome A -- 6. THE NATURE OF
       THE PHYTOCHROME A ISOFORMS -- 7. FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICITY OF
       PHYA' AND PHYA'' -- 7.1. Participation of PhyA' and PhyA''
       in the Nuclear-Cytoplasmic Partitioning -- 7.2. 
       Photophysiological Distinctions between the Two PhyA Pools
       -- 7.3. Light Regulation of PhyA' and PhyA'' Content in 
       the Cell -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES --
       HOMOCHIRAL POROUS METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS: A STEP TO THE 
       FUTURE OF STEREOSELECTIVE RECOGNITION AND CATALYSIS -- 
       ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS FOR 
       CHIRAL SEPARATIONS -- METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS FOR 
       ASYMMETRIC CATALYSIS -- CONCLUDING REMARKS AND OUTLOOK -- 
       REFERENCES -- UNDERSTANDING NANOSCALE PHENOMENA USING 
       SINGLE PARTICLE MASS SPECTROMETRY AND IMPROVEMENT OF ITS 
       PERFORMANCE - A REVIEW -- ABSTRACT -- I. INTRODUCTION -- 
       II. SINGLE PARTICLE MASS SPECTROMETRY (SPMS) -- II.1. 
       Working Principle of the SPMS -- II.2. Difference between 
       SPMS and ATOFMS -- II.3. Determination of Chemical 
       Composition of a Particle Using SPMS -- II.4. Size 
       Estimation of a Particle Size from Its Mass Spectrum 
505 8  II.5. Transport Losses of Energetic Ions -- II.6. 
       Nanosecond Laser-Induced Energetic Ion Formation -- III. 
       APPLICATIONS OF SINGLE PARTICLE MASS SPECTROMETRY -- 
       III.1. Kinetic Measurement of Aerosol-Phase Spray 
       Pyrolysis Reaction -- Spray Pyrolysis Reaction -- 
       Measurement of Kinetic Data of the Spray Pyrolysis 
       Reaction -- Change in Reaction Kinetics with Decreasing 
       Initial Sample Mass -- III.2. Size-Resolved Kinetic 
       Measurement of Aluminum Nanoparticle Oxidation -- Kinetic 
       Measurement of Aluminum Nanoparticle Oxidation -- A 
       Mechanism of Aluminum Nanoparticle Oxidation -- III.3. 
       Characterization of Metal-Containing Diesel-Emitted 
       Particles -- Classification of Particles and Size 
       Distributions for Their Classes -- Mechanism of Particle 
       Formation -- IV. DEVELOPMENT OF SINGLE PARTICLE MASS 
       SPECTROMETRY -- IV.1. Design of a New Ion Optics -- Trial 
       1: Curved Repelling Plate -- Trial 2: Einzel Lens -- Trial
       3: A Tubular Electrode and the Final Design -- IV.2. 
       Design of an Aerodynamic Lens -- Analysis of Single 
       Aerodynamic Lens -- Analysis of Multi-Lens System -- 
       CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CLUSTER 
       FUSION ALGORITHM: APPLICATION TO LENNARD-JONES CLUSTERS --
       Abstract -- 1.Introduction -- 
       2.Theoreticalmodelforclusterfusionprocess -- 
       2.1.Atomicclusters -- 2.2.Lennard-Jonespotential -- 
       2.3.Noblegasclustersmassspectraandthesequenceofmagicnumber
       s -- 2.4.Clusterfusionprocess -- 
       2.5.Scenariosforclusterfusionprocess -- 
       2.6.Selectioncriteriaforclusterfusionprocess -- 
       2.7.Symmetricalclusterfusion -- 
       2.8.Manualclustermodifications -- 3.Resultsanddiscussions 
       -- 3.1.Fusionofglobalenergyminimumclusters -- 
       3.1.1.LJclustergeometries -- 
       3.1.2.Surfaceatomsrearrangements -- 
       3.1.3.AveragenumberofbondsinLJclusters -- 
       3.1.4.LJclusterlattices -- 
       3.1.5.LJclusterlatticerearrangements -- 
       3.2.Clusterbindingenergies -- 3.3.Liquiddropmodel -- 
       3.4.Clustermagicnumbers 
505 8  3.5.Spontaneousclusterfusion -- 
       3.6.Symmetricalclusterfusion -- 4.Conclusion -- 
       5.Acknowledgments -- References -- INTERMOLECULAR 
       INTERACTIONS IN BINARY LIQUID MIXTURES OF ANISALDEHYDE 
       WITH NITROBENZENE AND ETHYL BENZENE BY ULTRASONIC 
       MEASUREMENTS AT (303.15, 313.15 AND 323.15) K -- ABSTRACT 
       -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. MATERIALS AND METHODS -- 2.1. 
       Density -- 2.2. Ultrasonic Velocity -- 3. RESULTS AND 
       DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- ADVANCED POWER 
       OF DISAPPEARANCE POTENTIAL SPECTROSCOPY IN THE ADSORBED  
       SPECIES IDENTIFICATION -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 
       2. EXPERIMENTAL -- 2.1. UHV Device Facilities -- 2.2. 
       Spectra Processing -- 3. THEORETICAL APPROACHES -- 4. THE 
       CONJUGATE ELECTRON EXCITATION -- 4.1. Selected 
       Experimental Data -- 4.1.1. H2 and O2 Adsorption -- 4.1.2.
       Peak Assignment -- 4.1.3. CO Adsorption and NO+Hads 
       Interaction -- 4.2. Summary -- 4.3. CEE Mechanism -- 
       4.3.1. Similar Phenomena -- 4.3.2. The Conjugate Electron 
       Excitation Scheme -- 5. ADSORBED ATOMS LOCATION -- 6. 
       PLASMON EXCITATIONS -- 7. OUTLOOK -- CONCLUSION -- 
       REFERENCES -- BINDING AND STRUCTURE PROPERTIES IN MONTE 
       CARLO SIMULATION FOR NON-ISOSYMMETRIC NUCLEI -- Abstract -
       - 1.Introduction -- 2.NuclearSimulations -- 
       3.NuclearBindingandStructureResults -- 4.Conclusion -- 
       Acknowledgements -- References -- PHONON DISPERSION IN ZR-
       NI BULK  METALLIC GLASSES -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -
       - 2. THEORETICAL METHODOLOGY -- 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 
       -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- EFFECT OF H20 CONTENT ON 
       STRUCTURE  AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF TIO2 THIN FILMS 
       DERIVED BY SOL-GEL DIP-COATING PROCESS  AT LOW TEMPERATURE
       -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE -- 
       STRUCTURAL STUDY -- OPTICAL STUDY -- CONCLUSION -- 
       REFERENCES -- COMPUTATIONAL STUDY OF NOVEL  TRIS-(5-ARYL-8
       -HYDROXYQUINOLATO) ALUMINUM (III) COMPLEXES WITH USE IN 
       MOLECULAR ELECTRONICS -- ABSTRACT 
505 8  1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THEORY AND COMPUTATIONAL DETAILS -- 
       2.1. Data Set and Theoretical Methodology -- 2.2. 
       Theoretical Background in DFT-Based Reactivity Descriptors
       -- 4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION -- 3.1. Ground State 
       Geometries (S0) -- 3.2. Electronic Properties -- 3.2.1. 
       Electron Distribution and Molecular Orbital Analysis -- 
       3.2.2. Relationships between Some Molecular Reactivity 
       Parameters -- 3.2.3. Charge Distribution -- 3.3. Local 
       Reactivity Analysis -- 3.3.1. Reactivity of the Phenoxide 
       Ring -- 3.3.2. Reactivity of the Pyridyl Ring -- 
       CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- ON SUM RULES
       AND RECURRENCE RELATIONS FOR MATRIX ELEMENTS IN 
       RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MECHANICS -- Abstract -- 
       1.Introduction -- 2.TheRelativisticMethod -- 
       2.1.TheUnshiftedTwo-CenterProblem -- 2.2.TheFirstSumRule -
       - 2.3.TheSecondSumRule -- 2.4.TheThirdandFourthSumRules --
       2.5.SumRulesforConstantf -- 
       2.5.1.TheRelativisticVirialTheoremintheCoulombCase -- 
       2.5.2.ARelationamongInversePowersofr -- 
       3.RecurrenceRelationsofMatrixElementsofrbetweenRelativisti
       cEnergyEigenstates -- 3.1.RecursionswithPowerPotentials --
       3.2.UncouplingtheRecurrenceRelations -- 4.Conclusions -- 
       Acknowledgements -- References -- SUPERCOOLED WATER: 
       CONTRADICTION TO A THERMODYNAMIC RELATION -- ABSTRACT -- 
       1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THEORY -- 3. DISCUSSION -- 
       REFERENCES -- INDEX 
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