Advances in Chemical Physics: Index: Volumes I-LV, Volume 59

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And Zewail, A. , “Coherent Processes in Molecular Crystals,” 40:369. Burton, L. L. and Van Artsdalen, E. , “On the Nature of Solutions of Organic Compounds in Fused Salts,” 21523. , 29: 137. Campbell, I. , Dobson, C. , and Williams, R. J. , “Structures and Energetics of Proteins and Their Active Sites,” 39:55. Cantrell, C. , Makarov, A. , and Louisell, W. ” 47:Part 1583. , “Some Physical Aspects of Gaseous Chemical Kinetics,” 1: 119. Carley, J. , see Le Roy, R. , 42:353. Carlson, C. , “A Linear Sum-overPoints Approach for Computing Electronic Energies: Application to He and Hz Using Conroy Diophantine Points,” 21:49.

Electronically Excited Fragments Formed by Unimolecular Multiple Photon Dissociation,” 47:Part 1:713. Haas, Y. , “Two-Photon Excitation as a Kinetic Tool: Application to Nitric Oxide Fluo- 43 rescence Quenching,” 47:Part 2: 17. , and Siska, P. , “Scattering of Noble-Gas Metastable Atoms in Molecular Beams,” 45487. Haggerty, M. J. , “Kinetic Theory of Gravitational Systems,” 35: 1 19. Hall, H. , “The Synthesis of Diamond,” 21:721. Hall, R. , Cox, D. , Kramer, G. , Bray, R. , and Maas, E. , “Infrared Laser Chemistry of Complex Molecules,” 47:Part 1:639.

Electronically Excited Fragments Formed by Unimolecular Multiple Photon Dissociation,” 47:Part 1:713. Haas, Y. , “Two-Photon Excitation as a Kinetic Tool: Application to Nitric Oxide Fluo- 43 rescence Quenching,” 47:Part 2: 17. , and Siska, P. , “Scattering of Noble-Gas Metastable Atoms in Molecular Beams,” 45487. Haggerty, M. J. , “Kinetic Theory of Gravitational Systems,” 35: 1 19. Hall, H. , “The Synthesis of Diamond,” 21:721. Hall, R. , Cox, D. , Kramer, G. , Bray, R. , and Maas, E. , “Infrared Laser Chemistry of Complex Molecules,” 47:Part 1:639.

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