Best Reference Books – Molecular Photochemistry

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Molecular Photochemistry subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Molecular Photochemistry along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Molecular Photochemistry subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Molecular Photochemistry" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Modern Molecular Photochemistry” by N J Turro

“Modern Molecular Photochemistry” Book Review: This book is useful for undergraduate chemistry and science students. This book covers concepts like photochemistry of organic molecules and branches of organic chemistry. Topics like photoreactions basics, photoreactions utilization in synthetic sequences and powerful laser techniques and its advancements. A set of solved examples, multiple choice questions, short answer and long answer questions is given at the end of every chapter for proper understanding.

2. “Energy Transfer and Organic Photochemistry” by A A Lamola and N J Turro

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“Energy Transfer and Organic Photochemistry” Book Review: This book can be referred by students from chemistry and science streams and to those who are practicing photochemistry. Topics like energy transfer, organic photochemistry, energy transfer, reactions, photochemistry and photophysical concepts are covered in detail. Research is included inside the book. Practice sets of solved examples and unsolved questions are given at the end of each chapter for proper understanding of concepts.

3. “Advances in Photochemistry” by J N Pitts

“Advances in Photochemistry” Book Review: This book can be used by students from science and chemistry streams. This book gives advanced knowledge of photochemistry. Advanced topics of photochemistry are covered in this book with all researches and data about the topic for proper understanding of students. Topics like transfer of energy and organic photochemistry, reactions, spectroscopy and energy transfer are covered. Students who want to do research and development in the future will be greatly benefitted with the content of this book. Proper thesis of researches are given in this book with examples and questions at the end.

4. “Principles of Molecular Photochemistry by Turro N J

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“Principles of Molecular Photochemistry” Book Review: This book is useful for students from chemistry and science streams and to those who are practicing photochemistry. It gives comprehensive understanding about modern molecular photochemistry and photophysical concepts. Topics like molecular spectroscopy, magnetic effects and supramolecular chemistry organic photochemistry are covered very nicely. All the concepts are covered in a proper manner with a set of examples and practice questions for proper understanding of students.

5. “Essentials of Molecular Photochemistry” by Todd Rollins

“Essentials of Molecular Photochemistry” Book Review: Students from photochemistry stream and undergraduate in science and chemistry will get benefited with this book. Molecular photochemistry is covered in a very comprehensive way in this book. Basics of molecular photochemistry are covered with an overview of core topics of diverse spheres of photochemistry. All the latest developments and unique overviews are covered in this book. It contains a set of questions and solved examples for proper understanding.

6. “Photochemistry and Molecular Reactions” by M Mousseron and J C Mani

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“Photochemistry and Molecular Reactions” Book Review: This book is appropriate for students from chemistry and science streams or people who are in the research domain. All the topics in this book are covered comprehensively. Topics like photochemical reaction, pericyclic reactions, series, rearrangement, functional groups and name reactions are elaborated properly. A set of solved examples and practice questions is given at the end of every chapter for proper understanding of students.

7. “Optical Sensors and Switches: 7 (Molecular and Supramolecular Photochemistry)” by V Ramamurthy and Kirk S Schanze

“Optical Sensors and Switches: 7 (Molecular and Supramolecular Photochemistry)” Book Review: This book is handy for students from chemistry and science streams or people who are in the research domain. All topics related to optical sensors and switches are given in detail. Topics like switches, chemical systems, applications for target molecules and multiplexing of signal are covered. Novel applications in electrogenerated chemiluminescence and photophysics for sensing analytes are also included in this book. A practice set of questions is given for proper understanding of concepts.

8. “Physical Chemistry: A Molecular Approach” by Donald A McQuarrie and John D Simon

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“Physical Chemistry: A Molecular Approach” Book Review: This book can be used by students from chemistry and science streams or people who are in the research domain. All topics related to quantum chemistry and physical chemistry are covered. Topics like thermodynamics and chemical kinetics, quantum theory, applications of NMR spectroscopy, lasers and gas-reaction dynamics are covered very comprehensively. A set of solved examples is included in the book with a practice set of unsolved questions for proper understanding.

9. “Atomic and Molecular Symmetry Groups and Chemistry” by Dr Sisir Chandra Rakshit

“Atomic and Molecular Symmetry Groups and Chemistry” Book Review: This book is appropriate for students from photochemistry stream and undergraduate in science and chemistry. Topics like symmetry groups (atomic and molecular), photochemical reactions, quantum theory, chemical systems, groups and quantum theory are covered in detail. A set of examples with a practice set of unsolved questions including fill in the blanks, objectives, and short and long answer questions.

10. “Organic Molecular Photochemistry (Molecular and Supramolecular Photochemistry)” by V Ramamurthy and Kirk S Schanze

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“Organic Molecular Photochemistry (Molecular and Supramolecular Photochemistry)” Book Review: This book can be referred by students from chemistry and science streams or people who are in the research domain. All the topics of molecular photochemistry are covered comprehensively. Topics like synthetic supramolecular arrays, organic matrices, crystalline molecular compounds, mixed crystals and simple mechanical mixtures, assesses photoinduced fragmentation of bonds, solid and liquid phases and atomic and molecular groups are covered very comprehensively. A practice set of solved examples and unsolved objective type questions and subjective type questions is given for practice.

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