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This quantity is largely dedicated to assisting the reader receive normal information regarding a wide selection of issues in chemical physics. Advances in Chemical Physics, quantity 117 contains chapters addressing laser photoelectron spectroscopy, nonadiabatic transitions because of curve crossings, multidimensional raman spectroscopy, birefringence and dielectric leisure in robust electrical fields, and crossover formulae for Kramers concept of thermally activated break out rates.
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