By Paul Brumer, Stuart A. Rice, Aaron R. Dinner
This quantity of Advances in Chemical Physics is devoted, via the participants, to Moshe Shapiro, previously Canada study Chair in Quantum keep watch over within the division of Chemistry on the college of British Columbia and Jacques Mimran Professor of Chemical Physics on the Weizmann Institute, who kicked the bucket on December three, 2013. It focuses totally on the interplay of sunshine with molecules, one in every of Moshe’s longstanding medical loves. although, the wide variety of themes coated during this quantity constitutes yet a small a part of Moshe’s giant variety of medical pursuits, that are good documented in over three hundred learn guides and books.
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