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Effect of hydrogen bonding on the intramolecular charge transfer fluorescence of 6-dodecanoyl-2-dimethylaminonaphtalene
Abstract The effect of hydrogen bonding on the intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) of 6-dodecanoyl-2-dimethylaminonaphtalene (laurdan) in neat and binary solvent mixtures has been investigated byExpand
Dipole moments studies of fluorenone and 4-hydroxyfluorenone.
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It was determined that dipole moments of excited state were higher than those of the ground state for both molecules. Expand
Solvent effects on electronic transitions of fluorenone and 4-hydroxyfluorenone
Abstract The solvation characteristics of the ground and excited states of fluorenone and 4-hydroxyfluorenone were investigated in neat and binary solvent mixtures. The spectral shifts are correlatedExpand
Spectroscopic Studies of Fluorenone Derivatives
The absorption and steady-state fluorescence spectra of fluorenone, 1-hydroxyfluorenone, and 3-dimethylaminofluorenone have been obtained for various concentrations in a series of non-polar and polarExpand
Electronic energy transfer efficiency of mixed solutions of the donor–acceptor pairs: coumarin derivatives—acridine orange
Abstract Excitation energy transfer between coumarin derivatives and acridine orange (AO) in solutions of two different viscosities has been studied. The rate constants of the electronic energyExpand
Resonance Raman spectra of bovine liver catalase compound II. Similarity of the heme environment to horseradish peroxidase compound II.
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The structure and environment of the heme group of the compound II species of catalase and horseradish peroxidase are very similar, which indicates that the marked differences in their reactivities as oxidants are probably due to the manner in which the protein controls access of substrates to theheme group. Expand
PHOTOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF ,4-ALKYL- AND 7-ALKOXYCOUMARIN DERIVATIVES. ABSORPTION AND EMISSION SPECTRA, FLUORESCENCE QUANTUM YIELD AND DECAY TIME
Abstract 4-Alkyl- and 7-alkoxycoumarin derivatives have been investigated for their spectroscopic properties in three different solvents. The substituents are methyl, ethyl, propyl and butyl groups.Expand
Preferential solvation of fluorenone and 4-hydroxyfluorenone in binary solvent mixtures
Abstract Preferential solvation of fluorenone and 4-hydroxyfluorenone in binary solvent mixtures has been studied using steady-state spectroscopic measurements. This study concerns theExpand
Temperature- and pH-dependent changes in the coordination sphere of the heme c group in the model peroxidase N alpha-acetyl microperoxidase-8.
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Studying the pH- and temperature-dependent changes in the coordination sphere of the heme c group of N alpha-acetyl microperoxidase-8 shows that Ac-MP-8 is a good water-soluble model for the peroxidases that exhibits minimal aggregation at concentrations below 10 microM in the neutral and alkaline pH regions. Expand
Luminescence studies of o-hydroxy p-amino and p-dimethylamino methyl benzoate
Abstract Steady-state and time-resolved spectroscopic studies of two bisubstituted derivatives of methyl benzoate dissolved in methylcyclohexane (McH), tetrahydrofuran (THF), and ethanol (EtOH) haveExpand
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