Solvent Effects on Excited States
In the biochemical context it is the molecule in solution which is important rather than the free molecule. The solvent interactions may change its most stable configuration, will shift its spectra and may modify its reactions.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Hall, G.G. and D. Martin (1977), in preparation.Google Scholar
- Mahanty, J. and B.W. Ninham (1976), “Dispersion Forces”, Academic Press, London.Google Scholar
- Noell,J.O. and K. Morokuma (1977), J.Phys.Chem. in press.Google Scholar
- Pullman,A. and A.M. Armbruster (1974), Int.J. of Quant.Chem. 58, 169.Google Scholar