Good. Hardcover; surplus library copy with the usual stampings; reference number taped to dust jacket spine; otherwise in good condition with clean text, ti ght binding. Dust jacket, fading and shelf wear, protected by a Mylar cover.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Classic comprehensive text contains technical papers contirbuted by international scientists presented at an international conference on luminescence held at New York University. Contains detailed topics covering fluorescence decay times of organic crystals; quenching of electronic energy transfer in organic liquids; energy transfer from the triplet state; flourescence of aromatic aldehydes; photoconductive and emission spectroscopic properties of organic molecular materials; energy transfer phenomena in pure and mixed crystals of durene; light emission by recombination of free carriers created by electron bombardment; absolute efficiencies of phosphors with UV and cathod-ray excitation; stored electroluminescence; on the theory of thermal quenching of luminescence; identification of activator sites in halophosphate phosphors; a comparison of organic and inorganic phosphors; etc. 664 pgs. Illustrated. Dustjacket has some rubbing to edges; in mylar.
664 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Fair condition. SCIENCE. Contains the papers and discussion of an international conference on luminescence held at NYU and sponsored by the Air Force Aeronautical Research Laboratory. (Key Words: Science, Luminescence, NYU, Laboratory, Conference, Organic Systems, Inorganic Systems, Harmut P. Kallman).
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