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Chemistry Newsletter, 1951
An Investigation of Porphyrin Aggregation Using Spectroscopic and Microscopic Methods
Aggregates of diacid tetrasulfonatophenylporphine (H2(H4TSPP)) exhibit light harvesting and electron transport capabilities and are therefore promising candidates as device components. Before these aggregates can be used ...
EFFECT OF IRON-NITROGEN COORDINATION (TYPE II BINDING) ON DRUG METABOLISM BY CYTOCHROME P450: STUDIES TO UNDERSTAND THE KINETICS, METABOLIC STABILITY AND REGIOSELECTIVITY
Cytochrome P450 (CYP) enzymes metabolize more than 80% of clinically used drugs. Given a large role of CYP enzymes in drug metabolism, one of the goals in pharmaceutical industry is to understand metabolic rate and ...
Novel Instrumental Approaches to Ion Mobility Spectrometry: Voltage-Sweep, High-Pressure, and Radiative-Ion-Ion-Recombination
Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) provides reliable and fast detection in a multitude of worldwide environments. Many IMS systems are used in security applications where IMS's ability to rapidly detect explosives and narcotics ...
Using Raman Spectroscopy to Probe the Internal Structure and Excitonic Properties of Light-Harvesting Aggregates of Tetra(sulfonatophenyl)porphyrin
Borrowing ideas from light-harvesting aggregates in nature for use in photovoltaics or solar fuels to improve light collection and solar energy efficiency is an attractive prospect. However an incomplete understanding of ...
Pressure-induced physical and chemical changes of non-conventional energetic materials: Nitrate, perchlorate and peroxide chemistries at high pressure and high temperature
Non-conventional explosives are widely used in terrorist activities, thus imposing a threat to homeland security. The simple combination of oxidizers with fuels is one popular category. Our goal is to explore and understand ...