Photochemistry of macromolecules; proceedings of a symposium held at the Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Anaheim, California, October 8-9, 1969. Edited by Ronald F. Reinisch.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York, Plenum Press, 1970.
Description
x, 229 pages illustrations 26 cm

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Includes bibliographies.
Contents
  • A brief history of the photochemistry of macromolecules
  • Physical and environmental factors influencing the photochemistry of DNA
  • The photochemical addition of amino acids and proteins to nucleic acids
  • Energy transfer in polymeric ketones in the solid phase
  • Fluorescence polarization kinetic measurements of antigen-antibody reactions
  • The dye-sensitized photooxidation of biological macromolecules
  • Photolytic oxidation of isotactic polystyrene in presence of sulfur dioxide. Part I: Chain scission as function of temperature at constant oxygen and sulfur dioxide pressures and constant light intensity
  • Photolytic oxidation of isotactic polystyrene in presence of sulfur dioxide. Part II: Photolysis reaction as function of light intensity, sulfur dioxide, and oxygen pressures
  • Fluorescence properties of visual pigments
  • Surface-photopolymerization of maleimides
  • The effect of solution components on polyacrylamide gel formation via riboflavin-sensitized photopolymerization
  • Polyperfluorobutadience V. Photopolymerization of perfluorobutadiene
  • Light scattering spectroscopy as a tool for studying macromolecular dynamics and chemical kinetics
  • Hypochromism in dimers
  • Quantum mechanically based rules for thermal and photochemical reactions
  • Photoelimination reactions of macromolecules.
ISBN
  • 0306304996
  • 9780306304996
LCCN
70127936
OCLC
125602
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