Contribution à l'étude de la structure moléculaire

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THIS volume has been prepared in commemoration of Victor Henri, who died in 1940. V. Henri occupied the chair of physical chemistry at the University of Liège for almost ten years, and he developed there a remarkable school of molecular spectroscopy, kinetic chemistry and photochemistry. The twenty-seven papers in this book elaborate topics in which he was interested. The concept of predisso-ciation was introduced by V. Henri following his discovery of a diffuse appearance in the discontinuous structure of certain spectra, and so it is particularly pleasing to record that two of the papers in this collection are devoted to this subject.

Contribution à l'étude de la structure moléculaire

Dédiée à la mèmoire de Victor Henri par R. Audubert , R. F. Barrow, A. Burawoy, C. A. Coulson, L. Couture, M. de Homptinne , M. L. Delwaulle , J. Duchesne, J. Franok, F. François, P. Goldfinger, H. v. Halban, M. B. Hall, A. Kastler, V. Lasareff, J. Lecomte, M. Letort, M. Magat, C. Manneback, J. P. Mathieu, A. Mertens, H. Moureu, M. Niclause, L. Pauling, M. H. Pirenne, I. Prigogine, B. Rosen, H. Sponer, M. J. Stallcup, P. Sue, H. W. Thompson , E. E. Vago, A. D. Walsh, E. Warhurst, K. Wieland, R. Wurmser. Préfacé par L. Brillouin et par J. Dudhesne. Pp. xiii + 314. (Liège : Maison Desoer, 1948.) N.p.

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HERINGTON, E. Contribution à l'étude de la structure moléculaire. Nature 163, 746 (1949) doi:10.1038/163746a0

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