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Photophysics and photochemistry of molecular species trapped in ice: An overview

Hoffmann, Michael R. and Klán, Petr (2008) Photophysics and photochemistry of molecular species trapped in ice: An overview. In: Recent Developments of Chemistry and Photochemistry in Ice. Transworld Research Network , pp. 71-109. ISBN 978-81-7895-331-1.

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Study of the chemical effects resulting from the irradiation of ice/snow field samples or laboratory-produced frozen aqueous solutions with UV light is an active research area relevant to atmospheric chemical processes taking place in high latitude environments and related ice and snow environments. A variety of photochemical reactions involving inorganic and organic molecules trapped in ice have been studied.

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Additional Information:© 2008. Petr Klán’s research and writing is supported by the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MSM 0021622412). Michael Hoffmann’s research is supported by the National Science Foundation (ATM 0228140).
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