50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry : Molecules and grains in space; September 1993; Mont Sainte-Odile, France /

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Meeting name:International Meeting of Physical Chemistry (50th : 1993 : Mont Sainte-Odile, France)
Imprint:New York : American Institute of Physics, 1994.
Description:1 online resource : illustrations.
Language:English
Series:AIP conference proceedings, 1551-7616 ; number 312
AIP conference proceedings ; no. 312.
Subject:Interstellar matter -- Congresses.
Interstellar molecules -- Congresses.
Cosmic grains -- Congresses.
Cosmochemistry -- Congresses.
Cosmic dust -- Congresses.
Cosmochimie -- Congrès.
Molécules interstellaires -- Congrès.
Matière interstellaire -- Congrès.
Poussière cosmique -- Congrès.
Cosmic dust.
Cosmic grains.
Cosmochemistry.
Interstellar matter.
Interstellar molecules.
Poussière cosmique -- Congrès.
Molécules interstellaires -- Congrès.
Matière interstellaire -- Congrès.
Grains interstellaires -- Congrès.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11675506
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Varying Form of Title:International Meeting of Physical Chemistry
Molecules and grains in space
Other authors / contributors:Nenner, Irène.
Bréchignac, Philippe.
ISBN:1563963558
9781563963551
1563963558
9781563963551
Notes:Online version lacks cover, title page, front matter, and index.
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Summary:Annotation The proceedings of the 50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry, held in Mont Sainte-Odile, France, September 1993, comprise some 100 contributions in the areas of: observation data and modelsfrom millimeter to optical wavelengths, from diffuse clouds to comets; structure and photon-induced dynamics of small molecular systems; collisions and reactivity; and ices and carbonaceous materials in grains and on surfaces. For small systems there is evidence of marked advances in the millimeter range, in quantum chemistry, and the gathering of an impressive number of fresh data, far from being all interpreted. Nearly 100 neutral or ionic species have already been identified. No subject index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Other form:Print version: International Meeting of Physical Chemistry (50th : 1993 : Mont Sainte-Odile, France). Molecules and grains in space. New York : American Institute of Physics, ©1994