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REPRINT AND CIRCULAR SERIES OF THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL NUMBER 108, JULY, 1938 THIRD REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PHOTOCHEMISTRY Contents PAGE Introduction. Hugh S. Taylor. Experimental Techniques in Photochemistry. Farrington Daniels.. . 3 A Table of Quantum Yields in Experimental Photochemistry. Far- 15 rington Daniels. The Primary Absorption Process in Photochemistry. G. K. Rollefson 35 The Correlation of Photoprocesses in Gaseous and Liquid Systems. R. G. Dickinson.......................... .... 41 The Photolysis of Aldehydes and Ketones. P. A. Leighton 51 Free Radicals. Hugh S. Taylor............... Specific Reaction Rates in Photoprocesses. G. K. Rollefson. . . Secondary Processes in the Photodecomposition of Ammonia and Hydrozine. Hugh S. Taylor............................... Secondary Processes in the Photochlorination of Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen. Hugh S. Taylor ................ The Action of Optical Sensitizers of the Photographic Plate. Ger- trude Kornfeld.................... Photosynthesis. W. M. Manning. Reprinted from the Journal of Physical Chemistry Vol. 42, June, 193S, pages 699-854 65 75 85 91 97 17

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