About this book
During the three years since the publication of the first edition many applications of lasers in Chemistry have moved across the boundary from academic laboratories to routine instrumental analysis, laser mass spectrometry for instance. New photochemical techniques have been developed for the study of molecules, e.g. ultrafast spectroscopy. In keeping with his successfull concept, the author has retained a balance between coverage of more widely used laser methods and new developments.
Mass Spectrometry chromatography isotope kinetics metals molecule scattering spectroscopy