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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (25 Nov. 1991)
By: R. J. H. Clark (Editor), R. E. Hester (Editor)
As with all other books in the series 'Advances in Spectroscopy', this volume is devoted to a single theme. The major objectives of the series are to integrate theory and practice and to bring together different branches of both academic and industrial research through the presentation of critical review articles in fundamental and applied spectroscopy. This volume provides a self-contained account of technological materials and their characterization. It covers experimental techniques such as non-linear optical spectroscopy and pulsed neutron studies in addition to photoluminescent, vibrational and photoinduced spectroscopies.