By K.L. Kompa, J. Wanner
This quantity comprises lectures and seminars awarded on the Nato complex learn Institute on "Laser purposes to Chemistry" held at San Miniato (Pisa) Italy, June 27 - July eleven, 1982. we want to offer our attractiveness to all who contributed to the wonderful clinical caliber and to the stimulating surroundings of this summer time college. specifically, we thank all audio system and individuals within the discussions. We recognize the good efforts of Tito Arecchi because the director of the college, and the help of Mrs. Maria Bonaria Petrone and Mrs. Giovanna Ravini within the or ganization of the convention. On behalf of all individuals we thank omit Iva Arecchi for the pleasant care she has taken and for her profound assistance via its background and the humanities of the Toscana in the course of the tours. we're particularly indebted to Giacinto Scoles who organ ized this assembly including Karl L. Kompa. regrettably, because of wellbeing and fitness purposes, Giacinto Scoles needed to hand over the assumption of edit ing the court cases of this assembly. certainly, the swap within the editorial employees prompted a hold up within the instruction of this quantity. the topic of laser software to chemistry has now not been evaluation ed comprehensively in recent times. some of the lectures andsem inars awarded in San Miniato had the nature of assessment arti cles. accordingly we believe that the cloth contained during this vol ume has no longer misplaced any of its actuality.
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