Photochemistry in the Far Ultraviolet

@article{Ausloos1971PhotochemistryIT,
  title={Photochemistry in the Far Ultraviolet},
  author={and P J Ausloos and S. Lias},
  journal={Annual Review of Physical Chemistry},
  year={1971},
  volume={22},
  pages={85-107}
}
substances. The progress made since then is obviously too vast to be covered in its entirety in the limited space allotted for this review. We therefore decided to concen­ trate on what we cons idered to be some of the more significant developments of the last 2 or 3 years. The rather spectacular increase in the number of far uv radiation studies which appeared in the literature during this period can be ascribed largely to the much wider availability of a variety of far uv sources, some of… 

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