edited by G.C. Tabisz and M.N. Neuman
This volume is a comprehensive review of the latest progress in induced spectroscopy. It contains contributions from most major researchers in the fields of collision-induced light scattering and infrared absorption. It should be particularly valuable to spectroscopists who study dense fluids and solids. While aimed primarily at the specialist in spectroscopy, the book contains a number of review articles, with extensive bibliographies, that are accessible to those knowing the fundamentals of infrared absorption and light scattering. These articles describe some novel applications of induced spectroscopy, such as the study of species trapped in fullerenes, and the modelling of stellar and planetary atmospheres.