About the Author
Olivier Henri-Rousseau, Emeritus Professor in Theoretical Chemistry at the University of the Perpignan in France, was the founder of the Laboratory of Mathematics and Physics at the university. After proposing an explanation of the regioselectivity of 1-3 dipolar cycloadditions (simultaneously with Professor Kendall N. Houk), he worked in the area of the quantum theory of hydrogen bonding IR spectroscopy. He has penned eighty-four papers, contributed chapters to eleven books, and recently wrote a book on the epistemology of Darwinism.
Paul Blaise, Full Professor in Chemical Physics at the University of Perpignan in France, works with Professor Henri-Rousseau in the areas of chemical physics, quantum chemistry and chemical education. He belongs to the Laboratory of Mathematics and Physics and has published fifty-seven articles and six book chapters.