M Phil (1980).
Radical Kinetics studied by
Resonance Fluorescence. Unpublished master's
thesis. Cambridge University.
These studies were started in 1979 at Cambridge as a three-year
Ph D course, and writing the doctoral thesis is customarily
completed in a fourth year. However, I was at Tsukuba University
immediately afterwards and never wrote up or submitted the doctoral
thesis. After completing the first-year M Phil course
successfully, I was admitted to the
Ph D course. However as
a rule at Cambridge, the same results cannot be used for both
M Phil and Ph D. Accordingly those who wish to proceed to the
Ph D must relinquish the M Phil at that time and are awarded
instead the Certificate in Postgraduate Studies. Only 60 postgraduate
fully-accredited points were gained.
These studies are abandoned, except for teaching
the the University of British Columbia, to distance-education students throughout Japan, and for co-authoring
several papers and 7 books on the clinical kinetics of macromolecules
in blood - which share similar physics to small molecules in
The following related published studies are
R3230 with Anastasi,
C. [ as first author ] (1982). Reaction kinetics in acetyl chemistry
over a wide range of temperature and pressure.
of the Chemical Society,
Faraday Transactions I, 78, 2423-2433.