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Amesz&Hoff Book

govindjee gov at uiuc.edu
Sun Jun 30 18:16:12 EST 1996


It is with great pleasure that I announce that a new book "Biophysical
Techniques in Photosynthesis" edited by  our dear friends Jan Amesz and
Arnold Hoff has just been released by Kluwer Academic Publishers (1996). It
is Volume 3 in "Advances in Photosynthesis" Series.

Information on this new book follows:

[1] Its ISBN is : 0-7923-3642-9 (hardback and on alkaline paper).

[2] There are about 400 pages  and 24 chapters in this book.

[3] Table of Contents  is (page numbers are listed at the end of
description of each chapter):

        PART ONE

(1) Developments in Classical Optical Spectroscopy by J. Amesz
(Netherlands) 3-10

(2) Liner and Circular Dichroism  by Gyozo Garab (Hungary)11-40

(3) Fluorescence by Ken Sauer and Martin Debreczeny (Berkeley,CA,USA)41-62

(4) Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Photosynthetic Systems by Ralph Jimenez and
Graham Fleming
              (Chicago,IL,USA)63-74

(5) Data Analysis of Time-Resolved Measurements by A.R. Holzwarth (Germany)75-92

(6) Photosynthetic Thermoluminescence as a Simple Probe of Photosystem II
Electron Transport by Y.Inoue
(Japan) 93-108

(7) Accumulated Photon Echo Measurements of Excited State Dynamics in
Pigment-Protein Complexes by T. Aaartsma, R.J.W.Louwe and P. Schellenberg
(Netherlands) 109-122

 (8) Spectral Hole Burning: Methods and Applications to Photosynthesis by
N.R.S. Reddy and G.J. Small (USA) 123-136

(9) Infrared and Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy by W.Maentele
(Germany) 137-160

(10) Resonance Raman Studies in Photosynthesis-Chlorophyll and Carotenoid
Molecules by B. Robert (France)        161-176

(11) Stark Spectroscopy of Photosynthetic Systems by S.G. Boxer (USA) 177-190

(12) THe Photoaccoustic Method in Photosynthesis - Monitoring and Analysis
of Phenomena Which Lead to Pressure Changes Following Light Excitation by
S. Malkin (Israel) 191-208


PART TWO: Magnetic Resonance

(13) Magnetic Resonance: An Introduction by A.J. Hoff (Netherlands) 209-210

 (14) Time-Resolved Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy-Principles
and Applications by H. Levanon (Israel) 211-234

(15) Electron Spin Echo Methods in Photosynthesis Research by R.D. Britt
(USA) 235-254

(16) ENDOR Spectroscopy by W. Lubitz and F. Lendzian (Germany) 255-276

(17) Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance (ODMR) of Triplet States in
Phosynthesis by A. Hoff (Netherlands) 277-298

(18) Magic Angle Spinning Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Photosynthetic
Components by H.J.M. de Groot (Netherlands) 299-316


PART THREE: Structure and Oxygen Evolution

(19) Structure Determination of Proteins by X-ray Diffraction by M.
Schiffer (USA) 317-324

(20) Electron Microscopy by E.J.Boekma and M. Rogner (Germany) 325-336

(21) X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy: Determination of Transition Metal Site
Structure in Photosynthesis by V.K. Yachandra and M.P. Klein (USA) 337-354

(22) Mossbauer Spectroscopy by P.G. Debrunner (USA) 355-374

(23) Characterization of Photosynthetic Supramolecular Assemblies Using
Small Angle Neutron Scattering by D.M. Tiede and P. Thiyagarajan (USA)
375-390

(24) Measurement of Photosynthetic Oxygen Evolution by H.J. Van Gorkom and
P. Gast (Netherlands) 391-406


 Index  407......

Information  on sale and the price of the book must be obtained from:
Kluwer Academic Publishers, P.O. Box 17, 3300 AA Dordrecht, the Netherlands
or from their office in USA: 101 Philip Drive, Norwell, MA 02061 (USA)





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