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From the reviews:"This review book, although uneven, will play a role in guiding scientists who are thinking about working in the fields generally lumped together as ‘emissive nanomaterials’. It is carefully referenced, and each of the four chapters includes a long list of abbreviations used therin, which should make it easier for student use. It is appropriate for acquisition by libraries.… More than 300 references are cited, and this, in itself, is a valuable service. … This book is generally useful and could be an important addition for most research university libraries. Give that the field is emerging, one must continue to watch developments closely" (D. C. Neckers, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 129 (17), 2007)
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