This text examines organic, physical and materials photochemistry. It reports the first example of a TiO2 sensitization with a fullerene-based donor-acceptor dyad, and covers halophenols, diflusinal photochemistry, hydroxystyrenes, acetylenes, and other related compounds. The volume also investigates whether c,d-alkenes influence the efficiency and course of light-induced reactions, and more.
". . .Each chapter provides a wealth of information for specialist[s] working in the areas of physical, organic and material photochemistry."
---Polymer News (2001)
Photochemistry of hydroxyaromatic compounds; stereoselectivity of photocycloadditions and photocyclizations; photocycladditions with captodative alkenes; photo and electroactive fulleropyrrolideines; applications of time-resolved EPR in studies of photochemical reactions; photochemical generation and studies of nitrenium ions; photophysical properties of inorganic nanoparticle-DNA assemblies; luminescence quenching by oxygen in polymer films.