Tamás Jávorfi

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In photosynthesis research, circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy is an indispensable tool to probe molecular architecture at virtually all levels of structural complexity. At the molecular level, the chirality of the molecule results in intrinsic CD; pigment–pigment interactions in protein complexes and small aggregates can give rise to excitonic CD bands,(More)
The sample compartment for high-throughput synchrotron radiation circular dichroism (HT-SRCD) has been developed to satisfy an increased demand of protein characterisation in terms of folding and binding interaction properties not only in the traditional field of structural biology but also in the growing research area of material science with the potential(More)
We demonstrate that optical activity in amorphous isotropic thin films of pure Ge2Sb2Te5 and N-doped Ge2Sb2Te5N phase-change memory materials can be induced using rapid photo crystallisation with circularly polarised laser light. The new anisotropic phase transition has been confirmed by circular dichroism measurements. This opens up the possibility of(More)
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