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  • The supramolecular organization of self-assembling chlorosomal bacteriochlorophyll c, d, or e mimics

    • T. Jochum
    • C. Reddy
    • A. Eichhofer
    • G. Buth
    • J. Szmytkowski
    • H. Kalt
    • D. Moss
    • T. Balaban

    - PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - 2008

    Bacteriochlorophylls (BChls) c, d, and e are the main light-harvesting pigments of green photosynthetic bacteria that self-assemble into nanostructures within the chlorosomes forming the most efficient antennas of photosynthetic organisms. All previous models of the chlorosomal antennae, which are quite controversially discussed because no single crystals could be grown so far from these organelles, involve a strong hydrogen-bonding...

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  • Highly linear self-assembled porphyrin wires

    • M. Koepf
    • J. Conradt
    • J. Szmytkowski
    • J. Wytko
    • L. Allouche
    • H. Kalt
    • T. Balaban
    • J. Weiss

    - INORGANIC CHEMISTRY - 2011

    An efficient noncovalent assembly process involving high geometrical control was applied to a linear bis(imidazolyl zinc porphyrin) 7Zn, bearing C18 substitutents, to generate linear multiporphyrin wires. The association process is based on imidazole recognition within the cavity of the phenanthroline-strapped zinc porphyrin. In chlorinated solvents, discrete soluble oligomers were obtained after (7Zn)n was end-capped with a terminal...

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  • Photophysics of Soret-Excited Tin(IV) Porphyrins in Solution

    • K. Ghiggino
    • N. Giri
    • J. Hanrieder
    • J. Martell
    • J. Muller
    • M. Paige
    • B. Robotham
    • J. Szmytkowski
    • R. Steer

    - JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A - 2013

    The photophysics of low-chlorin tin(IV) tetraphenylporphyrin dihydroxide, a core building block for axially substituted supramolecular tin porphyrin constructs, has been studied in a variety of hydrogen-bonding, nonpolar, and aprotic polar solvents using steady-state, nanosecond, and femtosecond time-resolved emission, and femtosecond time-resolved absorption methods. In hydrogen-bonding solvents the metalloporphyrin exists as...

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