Raman spectroscopy of inorganic materials in art and archaeology: spectroscopic analysis of historical mysteries
Spectroscopic properties and lattice dynamics of ferroelectric and related functional oxide ceramics
Simulation of spectroscopic properties of inorganic compounds using modern modelling procedures
Photoelectron spectroscopy and quantum mechanical calculations of organometallic complexes
Characterisation of photochemically formed reactive species from kinetic and thermodynamic data using UV-Vis. Laser flash photolysis, Time resolved IR and matrix isolation techniques
Gas-phase molecular structures determined by electron diffraction
High pressure crystallography of inorganic and organometallic complexes
Structure—function relationships and mechanistic pathways in homogeneous catalysis as probed by ENDOR spectroscopy
About this book
Spectroscopic Properties of Inorganic and Organometallic Compounds: Techniques, Materials and Applications provides a unique source of information in an important area of chemistry.
Professor Jack Yarwood is an emeritus professor at Sheffield Hallam University. Professor Simon Duckett is a research group leader at the University of York, UK. His group is mainly involved in the design, development and implementation of NMR methods, supported by the synthesis of inorganic and organometallic complexes. Dr Richard Douthwaite is at the University of York, UK. His main research interests include molecular and materials chemistry and photocatalysis. Both an EPSRC college member and fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Dr DOuthwaite is also on the SCI National Materials Committee.