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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

(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)

(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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