Molecular Reaction Dynamics


Molecular Reaction Dynamics

Describing chemical and physical transformations of matter at the molecular level, this book comprehensively considers fundamental theory and experimental techniques. It also covers such new topics as real-time analysis and reactions in solutions and interfaces. The addition of problem sets makes the book suitable to those studying chemical reaction dynamics, as well as a supplementary text to physical chemistry and natural science courses.


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