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George Semeluk, Ph.D.

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Chemistry University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada 
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Semeluk GP, Synnott JA, Unger I. (1983) PHOTOCHEMISTRY OF THE DI-DEUTERATED BENZENES. Berichte Der Bunsengesellschaft/Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 87: 382-387
Devgun JS, Semeluk GP. (1979) Delayed fluorescence from viscous solutions of 1-naphtyhl-n-methyl carbamate Spectroscopy Letters. 12: 109-125
Semeluk GP, Singh J, Unger I. (1979) The luminescence properties of 2-isopropoxyphenyl-N-methyl carbamate Journal of Luminescence. 20: 185-194
Semeluk GP, Unger I, Addison JB. (1978) The luminescence properties of pesticides: III. The fluorescence lifetimes of some carbamates Journal of Luminescence. 17: 211-215
Ahmad A, Semeluk GP, Unger I. (1977) Is ascorbic acid a general detoxifying agent? Chemosphere. 6: 129-132
Kumar Y, Semeluk GP, Unger I. (1977) The luminescence properties of pesticides. II. Non-fluorescing carbamates Journal of Luminescence. 15: 341-347
Addison JB, Semeluk GP, Unger I. (1977) The luminescence properties of pesticides. I. Fluorescing and phosphorescing carbamates Journal of Luminescence. 15: 323-339
Silk PJ, Semeluk GP, Unger I. (1976) The photoreactions of carbamate insecticides Phytoparasitica. 4: 51-63
Kumar Y, Semeluk GP, Silk PJ, et al. (1975) The photochemistry of carbamates. IV. The phototransformation of Azak (2,6-di-t-butyl-4-methylphenyl-N-methylcarbamate). Environmental Quality and Safety. Supplement. 3: 302-7
Kumar Y, Semeluk GP, Silk PJ, et al. (1974) The photochemistry of carbamates VI. The photodecomposition of Meobal (3,4-xylyl-N-methyl carbamate) and Mesurol (4-methylthio-3,5-xylyl-N-Methyl carbamate) Chemosphere. 3: 23-27
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