Ultraweak Luminescence Accompanying Biochemical Reactions – Vladimirov

In this post, we will see the book Ultraweak Luminescence Accompanying Biochemical Reactions Yu. A. Vladimirov.


About the book

In this book we will endeavor to demonstrate that although biochemical or photochemical reactions leading to the formation of products entering into the chemiluminescence reaction are not the same in different systems, the final stages of the process, ending with the luminescence of a quantum, have many features in common and only their comparison in a study of different systems
makes possible an understanding of many very important characteristics of the luminescence mechanism. In accordance with this idea the author has striven /4. not only to demonstrate the widespread occurrence of ultraweak luminescence in biological systems, but also most importantly to consider the biochemical reac­tion mechanisms facilitating the process and the actual transformation of the chemical reaction energy into molecular excitational energy; in other words,
we have attempted to approach the problem of ultraweak luminescence from the biochemical and biophysical points of view.

Translation of ”Sverkhslabyye svecheniya pri biokhimicheskikh reaktsiya.”
USSR Academy of Sciences, Institute of Biological Physics.
Izdatel’stvo “Nauka.” Moscow, 1966

Published by NASA Technical Translation in 1967

You can get the book here.

Original scan by NASA Technical Translation.

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