Transition Metal and Rare Earth Compounds : Excited States, Transitions, Interactions II /

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Author / Creator:Yersin, H. (Hartmut)
Imprint:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.
Description:1 online resource (x, 190 pages).
Series:Topics in Current Chemistry, 0340-1022 ; 214
Topics in current chemistry ; 214.
Chemistry, Inorganic.
Chemistry, Organic.
Physical organic chemistry.
Spectrum analysis.
Chemistry, Inorganic.
Chemistry, Organic.
Physical organic chemistry.
Spectrum analysis.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Summary:Transition metal and rare earth compounds are investigated intensively because of important questions concerning fundamental research problems. More recently also their enormous potential for the development of new materials for photophysical and photochemical applications has been explored. Thus, it is important to focus on a deeper understanding of the elctronic energies, transition prohabilities, intermolecular interactions, etc. This task has been accomplished by leading researchers in the field. They present introductions into, but also detailed reviews of the current state of knowledge of three different subjects.
Other form:Print version: 9783540679769
Table of Contents:
  • D.R. Gamelin, H.U. Güdel: Upconversion Process in Transition Metal and Rare Earth Metal Systems
  • M.J. Riley: Geometric and Electronic Information From the Spectroscopy of Six-Coordinate Copper(II) Compounds
  • H. Yersin, D. Donges: Low-Lying Electronic States and Photophysical Properties of Organometallic Pd(II) and Pt(II) Compounds. Modern Research Trends Presented in Detailed Case Studies.