Accession Number : AD0629768
Title : LUMINESCENCE OF COMPLEX MOLECULES: ANALYTICAL SURVEY.
Descriptive Note : Rept. no. 1 on ATD work assignment no. 79, task 26,
Corporate Author : AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DIV LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON D C
Personal Author(s) : Kourilo,John J.
Report Date : 18 JAN 1966
Pagination or Media Count : 104
Abstract : This analytical survey is based on Soviet-Satellite open sources published in 1963. The report covers the last quarter of 1963 aned is to be considered a continuation of the three ATD reports (two annotated bibliographies and one bibliography) on the same subject which were issued in 1963-1964 and covered the period from July 1962 to September 1963. In addition, some pertinent materials published from April to September 1963 and not covered by the previous ATD report are included in the present report. Materials selected for this report were subdivided into six sections, according to the topics requested, and were arranged according to the prevalent trends found in these materials. Basically, the report consists of two parts. Part One contains a brief analytical survey of data by the forementioned section. Section titles are as follows: (1) General studies (books, reviews, conferences, biographies); (2) Physical state of matter; (3) Lifetime of excited states and quantum yield of luminescence; (4) Electronic spectra of luminescent complex molecules; (5) Internal conversion and transfer of energy; (6) Applications of luminescence. Part Two is an annotated bibliography on which the survey is based and which is arranged in the same sequence as the survey. The selective annotations closely follow the text of the original papers without any comment added by the writer, except for a few references to previous ATD reports. (Author)
Descriptors : (*LUMINESCENCE, COMPLEX COMPOUNDS), (*COMPLEX COMPOUNDS, LUMINESCENCE), EXCITATION, CHEMISTRY, PHOTOLUMINESCENCE, PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS, SPECTROSCOPY, CHEMILUMINESCENCE, BIBLIOGRAPHIES, USSR
Subject Categories : Organic Chemistry
Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE