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This is volume I of a two-volume set on photochromism involving organic molecules and derived systems. The first six chapters deal with established families of organic photochromes which have a few real and many potential applications. These chapters include general methods for preparing members of each family, along with synthetic procedures for specific examples. Three more chapters concern hydrogen or group rearrangement, and electron transfer. Of interest to those researching photochromism and materials science.
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