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1st Edition - January 1, 1968
Author: M Zander
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Phosphorimetry presents the various aspects of the spectro-analytical method known as phosphorimetry. The monograph provides an introduction to the theoretical and experimental… Read more
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Phosphorimetry presents the various aspects of the spectro-analytical method known as phosphorimetry. The monograph provides an introduction to the theoretical and experimental foundations of the phosphorescence of organic compounds; techniques and instrumentation used in phosphorimetry; and applications to different fields of analysis. Organic and inorganic chemists, biochemists, pharmacologists, and analysts whose work involves spectroscopic relationships and techniques will find the book very interesting.
PrefacePart I The Phosphorescence of Organic Compounds Chapter 1. Theoretical and Experimental Foundations 1.1. Singlet-Triplet Intercombination Transitions 1.2. Effects of Spin-Orbit Coupling 1.3. Position and Vibrational Structures of Phosphorescence Spectra 1.4. Lifetime, Quantum Yield, and Polarization of Phosphorescence 1.5. Triplet-Triplet Transitions 1.6. Delayed Fluorescence Appendix. References to Review Literature on Triplet Spectroscopy Chapter 2. Phosphorescence Properties of Individual Compounds 2.1. Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Their Homologs 2.2. Substitution Products of Aromatic Hydrocarbons 2.3. Quinones 2.4. Aromatic N-Heterocyclics 2.5. Benzologs of Furan, Pyrrole, and Thiophene 2.6. Aliphatic Compounds 2.7. Alkaloids, Drugs, and Biochemical SystemsPart II Analytical Applications of Phosphorescence (Spectrophosphorimetry) Chapter 3. Experimental Procedures 3.1. Apparatus 3.2. Solvents 3.3. Characterization of Pure Substances by Means of Their Phosphorescence Properties 3.4. Foundations of Quantitative Spectrophosphorimetry 3.5. The Spectrophosphorimetric Analysis of Mixtures 3.6. The Combined Application of Spectrophosphorimetry and Chromatographic Methods 3.7. Comparison of Spectrophosphorimetry with Other Spectroscopic Methods 3.8. Sensitized Delayed Fluorescence as an Analytical Method Chapter 4. Examples of the Application of Phosphorimetry 4.1. Detection and Determination of Impurities in Polycylic Aromatic Hydrocarbons 4.2. The Analysis of Coal Tar Fractions 4.3. Applications to the Study of Air Pollution 4.4. Applications to the Analysis of Petroleum Products 4.5. Determination of Inhibitors in Polymers 4.6. Applications in Biochemistry and Pharmacology 4.7. Applications in Food Chemistry and Related FieldsAuthor IndexSubject Index