Published 1974 by University of Aston in Birmingham, Department of Chemistry in Birmingham .
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Three different physical methods were employed. Nuclear magnetic resonance (n.m.r.) spectroscopy was used to determine the nature and strength of the interactions and the geometry of the transient complexes formed.
Cryoscopic studies were used to provide information on. He is supervising a research group working on the theoretical study of atomic and molecular interactions, and is author or co-author of over scientific papers mostly published on international journals, and of one book on Molecular Quantum Mechanics.
This book describes the methods of experimental spectroscopy and their use in the study of physical phenomena. The applications of optical spectroscopy may be grouped under three broad headings: chemical analysis, elucidation of atomic and molecular structure, and investigations of the interactionsBrand: Springer Netherlands.
The analysis of molecular interactions can result in the development of a biosensor: a device that is composed of a biological element and a physico-chemical transduction part that converts signal reception by the biological entity into a physical quantifiable response.
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