In the past 25 years, the emergence of lasers and computer technology have strongly influenced research on the dynamic behaviour of excited states and other transients. This volume reflects the significant advances in experimentation and interpretation in the field, presenting new insights into the history of molecules that absorb radiation. It is part of a continuing series intended to explore the frontiers of photochemistry.
Spin-Statistical Factors in Diffusion - Controlled Reactions; Photochemistry and Molecular Motion in Solid Amorphous Polymers; Photochemistry of Simple Olefins - Chemistry of Electronic Excited States or Hot Ground States?; The Decomposition of Alkyl Nitrites and the Reactions of Alkoxyl Radicals; Photochemistry in Surfactant Solutions.