Part 1, :Experiment," contains eight in-depth studies, which illustrate the key experimental work being done in the field today:Chapter 1 provide a comprehensive review of the theory and application of inhomogeneous rf fields for the study of the dynamics of low-energy ion-molecules processes Chapter 2 describes the application of multiphoton ionization (MPI) for the preparation of reactant ion states Chapter 3 reviews the application of MPI schemes for state specific cross-section measurements involving transition metal cations Chapter 4 describes the development of the threshold photoelectron secondary ion coincidence (TESICO) method Chapter 5 presents the conceptual and practical aspects of a multicoincidence technique Chapter 6 details the experimental results obtained using the photoionization and differential reactivity methods Chapter 7 reviews the several recent crossed beam studies of charge transfer and collision-induced dissociation systems involving atomic and molecular ions Chapter 8 is a survey of 15 years of high resolution crossed beam scattering of protons with atoms, diatoms, and poly-atomic molecules
State-Selected and State-to-State Ion-Molecule Reaction Dynamics, Part 1: Experiment offers professionals a true state-of-the-science look at this fascinating and increasingly influential subject.
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Molecular Solvation Dynamics from Inelastic X-ray Scattering Measurements (R.H. Coridan and G.C.L. Wong)
Polymers Under Confinement (M. Muthukumar)
Computational Studies of the Properties of DNA-linked Nanomaterials (One-Sun Lee and George C. Schatz)
Nanopores: Single-Molecule Sensors of Nucleic Acid Based Complexes (Amit Meller)
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The Emergence and Breakdown of Complexity
Dynamics at Extremes
Grand Questions Regarding Biomolecular Homochirality in the Origin and Evolution of Life
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This two-part stand-alone volume in the prestigious Advances in Chemical Physics series provides the most comprehensive overview of electron transfer science today. It draws on cutting-edge research from diverse areas of chemistry, physics, and biology-covering the most recent developments in the field, and pointing to important future trends. This second volume offers the following sections:
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* Molecular electronics
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Computational Methods for Protein Folding seeks to illuminate recent advances in computational modeling of protein folding in a way that will be useful to physicists, chemists, and chemical physicists. Covering a broad spectrum of computational methods and practices culled from a variety of research fields, the editors present a full range of models that, together, provide a thorough and current description of all aspects of protein folding. A valuable resource for both students and professionals in the field, the book will be of value both as a cutting-edge overview of existing information and as a catalyst for inspiring new studies.
Computational Methods for Protein Folding is the 120th volume in the acclaimed series Advances in Chemical Physics, a compilation of scholarly works dedicated to the dissemination of contemporary advances in chemical physics, edited by Nobel Prize-winner Ilya Prigogine.