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Molecules and Grains in Space 50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry
April 14, 2000 by American Institute of Physics .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Molecules and grains in space: 50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry, Mont Sainte-Odile, France, September [Irène Nenner; Philippe Bréchignac;]. 50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry: Molecules and Grains in Space By I Nenner Topics: Astrophysics and AstronomyAuthor: I Nenner.
Abstract. s are presented for the 50th international meeting of Physical Chemistry of Molecules and Grains in Space. Topics include: Recent Developments in Molecules and Grains in Space 50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry book Photofragmentation of PAH ions; A Laser Vaporization Source for Spectroscopic Characterization of Refractory Compounds; The Effects of Varying Cosmic Ray Ionization Rates on the Chemistry of Interstellar Clouds; Vibrational.
Title: Grain Processing and IRAS Color Variations: Authors: Taylor, S. Publication: Molecules and Grains in Space, 50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry, Proceedings of the Conference held in Mont Sainte-Odile, France, September Molecules and Grains in Space, 50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry, Proceedings of the Conference held in Mont Sainte-Odile, France, September New York: American Institute of.
ChemInform Abstract: Solvation of Radicals in Small Clusters. Chemistry, Physical. Conference Paper. Molecules and grains in space: 50th International meeting of physical chemistry. Molecules and Grains in Space, 50th International Meeting of Physical Chemistry, Proceedings of the Conference held in Mont Sainte-Odile, France, September New York: American Institute of Physics Press.
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