Accession Number:

AD0259200

Title:

CHEMICAL PHYSICS RELATED TO PHOTOGRAPHY

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WASHINGTON UNIV SEATTLE

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Report Date:

1960-03-01

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

Attempts were made to interweave quantum chemistry and experimental electronic state spectroscopy. The work was divided into subclasses 1 color of dyes, where typical photographic sensitizer dyes were investigated and the absorption and emission of monomer and dimer species catalogued and interpreted in order to assign transitions 2 benzene derivatives, where the nature of the symmetry of the low wave functions for the low-lying states of benzene was studied 3 four pi electrons in 3 pi orbitals, where theoretical and experimental studies were made on amidinium and amides and on the electron dynamics of the peptide link as found in proteins and in photographic gelatin and 4 electronic spectrum of molecular crystals, which proposed a classification of crystal spectra into 2 categories by whether the energy transfer is fast or slow compared with the Lissajous figure motion induced in a single molecule by the act of light absorption.

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE