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Ramamurthy V., Schanze K.S. — Molecular and Supramolecular Photochemistry (Vol. 2: Organic and Inorganic Photochemistry)
Ramamurthy V., Schanze K.S. — Molecular and Supramolecular Photochemistry (Vol. 2: Organic and Inorganic Photochemistry)

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Название: Molecular and Supramolecular Photochemistry (Vol. 2: Organic and Inorganic Photochemistry)

Авторы: Ramamurthy V., Schanze K.S.

Аннотация:

Focusing on complex naturally-occurring and synthetic supramolecular arrays, this work describes the mechanism by which transition metal complexes bind to DNA and how the DNA scaffold modifies the photochemical and photophysical properties to bound complexes. It includes details of photoinduced electron transfer between intercalated molecules, and examines thermally and photochemically induced electron transfer in supramolecular assemblies consisting of inorganic molecular building blocks.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Химия/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1999

Количество страниц: 368

Добавлена в каталог: 22.02.2007

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Предметный указатель
$Co(bpy)_3^{3+}$      63
$Co(phen)_3^{3+}$      63
$Ru(bpy)_3^{2+}$      83
$Ru(phen)_2(dppz)^{2+}$      24
$Ru(phen)_2(dppz)^{2+}$, electron transfer quenching of      67
$Ru(phen)_3^{2+}$      63
$\alpha$ form      197
$\beta$ form      197
$\gamma$ form      197
$\mathrm{SnO}_2/\mathrm{TiO}_2$      331
1,2-Diphenyldiazopropane, decomposition of      231
2'-Deoxyadenosine, oxidation potential of      48
2'-Deoxyadenosine, oxidation potential of, structure of      13
2'-Deoxycytidine, structure of      13
2'-Deoxyguanosine, oxidation potential of      48—49
2'-Deoxyguanosine, oxidation potential of, structure of      13
2'-Deoxythymidine, structure of      13
2'-Deoxyuridine, structure of      13
2+2 Photocycloaddition      150
4-Chlorophenol as a pollutant      316
4-Chlorophenol as a pollutant, photodegradation of      316
9-Aminoacridine      56
Acridizinium salts, dimerization of      225
Advanced oxidation      309
Amsacine      56
Anthracene peroxide, rearrangement of      227
Anthracene, $T_2$ to $T_1$ emission      253
Anthracene, reaction from $T_n$      273
Anthracene, reaction with acrylonitrile      273
Anthracenes, $T_2$ photophysics      259 263
Anthracenes, dimerization of      199
Aryl cinnamate chromophores      138—154
Aryl halides, reaction from $T_n$      267
Arylmethyl radical, photophysics, table      279 280
Arylmethyl radicals, photoionization of      292
Arylmethyl radicals, quenching data, table      296
Azo compounds      167—178
Azulene, $S_2$ emission      250 252
Azulenes, $S_2$ photophysics, table      254
Back electron transfer, electronic spin-state effects on      113—114
Back electron transfer, rates of      112
Bandgap excitation, in semiconductors      311
Benzyl radicals, photophysics, table      275 280
Benzyl radicals, quenching data, table      295
Benzylidenecyclopentanones, dimerization of      198 224
Birefringence      134
Bis(benzylidene)cycloalkanones      160—164
Butadienes, dimerization of      198
Calf-thymus DNA      19
Carbene, from 1,2-diphenyldiazopropane      231
CdS colloids      312
Charge separation, in semiconductors      311
Chiral polymers      178
Chromophore aggregation      136
Chromophore association      136
Chromophore-quencher assemblies      75
Cinnamate esters      138
Cinnamic acid, dimerization of      197 221
Clearing temperature      135
CNDO/S      30
Cobaloxime, isomerization of      229
Composite semiconductors      328
Copolyacrylates      167
Copolysiloxanes      167
Coulombic stabilization energy      78
Coumarins, dimerization of      198
Cyclobutane dimer      140
Decarbonylation, solid state reactions      234
Diacetylene, polymerization of      218
Differential scanning calorimetry      135
Dimerization, wavelength dependence of      239
Diquat electron acceptors      93
Discotic liquid crystals      131
Distyrylpyrazine, polymerization of      213
DNA assisted electron transfer      71
DNA, cooperative binding to      27
DNA, distance dependence of electron transfer in      21
DNA, double helix      3
DNA, heterocooperative binding to      66
DNA, intercalated electron donors and acceptors in      19—22
DNA, intercalated metal complexes in      25
DNA, intercalated metal complexes, electron transfer quenching by      64
DNA, radiation damage of      4
Donor-acceptor dyads      76
dppz ligand      23
Dyad, Type 1      77
Dyad, Type 2      77
Dyes, reduction by semiconductors      314
Electron transfer from $T_n$ of anthracenes      264
Electron transfer reactions      2
Electron transfer, cyclohexane spacer in      103
Electron transfer, distance dependence of      10 60 81
Electron transfer, Franck Condon factors for      5 79
Electron transfer, free energy change for      6 25
Electron transfer, non-adiabatic      116
Electron transfer, quantum mechanical theory of      5 78
Electron transfer, semiclassical theory of      7 78—79
Electron transfer, solvent dependence of      103
Electron transfer, theoretical models of      4
Electronic coupling matrix element      6 81
Energy transfer from $T_2$      260
Energy transfer from $T_2$ of anthracenes      260
Ethidium bromide      19 55 56
Ethidium bromide, electron transfer quenching of, by metal ions      60
Ethidium bromide, electron transfer quenching of, by methyl viologen      61
Excimer emission      154 155
Excited radical, charge transfer complex      283
Ferroelectric properties      157
Flash-quench technique      18
Fluorescence      183
Glass transition temperature      135
Glassy nematic phase      135
Grandjean textures      143 157
Guanine, long range electron transfer to      34
H-aggregation      137 151
Halide, oxidation by semiconductors      315
Hartree-Fock calculations      30
Hetero atom centered radicals, photophysics, table      287
Heterogeneous reactions, solids      206
HgS@CdS      330
Hirsutic acid, rearrangement of      228
Homogeneous reactions, solids      206
Humic acid, as a sensitizer      321
Hydroxy radical, as an oxidant      309
Hyperchromism      140
Interfacial oxidation      313
Interfacial reduction      313
Intramolecular electron transfer in osmium(II) complexes      91
Intramolecular electron transfer, distance dependence of      116—121
Intramolecular electron transfer, driving force dependence of      92—116
Intramolecular electron transfer, inner-sphere      87
Intramolecular electron transfer, L-proline spacers in      116—118
Intramolecular electron transfer, polymethylene spacers in      120—121
Intramolecular electron transfer, ruthenium(II) to paraquat      86
J-aggregation      137
Kasha’s rule      250
Ketyl radical, photophysics, table      282 284
Ketyl radical, quenching data, table      300
Landau — Zener theory      4
Langmuir — Blodgett films      173
Laser flash photolysis      89 92 96 100 102 110
Laser jet technique      251
Liquid crystalline materials      129
Long-range electron transfer      116
Lyotropic mesophases      130
Main-chain liquid crystalline polymers      131
Marcus inverted region      80
Marcus normal region      80
MCLC      131
MCLC polymers      138
Mesogenic groups      131
Mesogens      131
Mesophases      132
Mesophases, cholesteric      132
Mesophases, enantiotopic      135
Mesophases, monotropic      135
Mesophases, nematic      132
Mesophases, smectic      132
Metal to ligand charge transfer state      25 76 77
Metal-organic dyads, back electron transfer in      96
Metal-organic dyads, electron transfer in      76—77
Microdomains      135
Mixed crystals      204
Molecular architectures of liquid crystalline polymers      133
Monodomain      135
Monte Carlo simulations      66
N,N-dimethyl-2,7-diazapyrene      19 58
Nanoclusters, capped      329
Norrish type I cleavage, from $T_n$      269
Ortho-Methoxy cinnamic acid, dimerization of      222
Outer sphere reorganization energy, ellipsoidal cavity model      11
Outer sphere reorganization energy, two sphere model      11
Oxidation and reduction potentials of electron donors and acceptors      61
p-Formyl cinnamic acid, dimerization of      239
Paraquat electron acceptors      95
Peptide nucleic acids      38
Phase changes, solid state reactions      203 205
Phase separation, solid state reactions      233
Phenylenediacrylates      154
Phosphorescence      183
Photo-Fries rearrangement      140 141 144
Photocatalysis, electrochemically assisted      327
Photochemically triggered phase transitions      175
Photochromic materials      164
Photochromic reactions, solid state      240
Photoinduced electron transfer      75—76
Photoinduced electron transfer in copper(I) dyads      108
Photoinduced electron transfer in iridium(I) dyads      105
Photoinduced electron transfer in Type 1 metal-organic dyads      94
Photoinduced electron transfer in Type 2 metal-organic dyads      97 99
Photoinduced electron transfer, kinetics of      81
Photoinduced electron transfer, thermodynamics of      78
Photoionization, from $T_n$      271
Photophysical probes of liquid crystal structure      183—188
Photosensitization, of semiconductors      318
Photosynthesis      2
Piezoelectric properties      157
Pleiadine, reaction from $T_n$      266
Polarized optical microscopy      134
Poly(methyl methacrylate)      141
Poly(olefin sulfones)      150
Poly(vinyl cinnamate)      138
Polymorphs      229
POM      134
Pyrene labeled nucleosides      14
Pyrene-acridine bis-intercalators      62
Radicals, excited state      274
Radicals, fluorescence      274
Reaction cavity      200
Reverse intersystem crossing, $T_n$ to $S_1$      255
Reverse intersystem crossing, cynine dyes      257
Reverse intersystem crossing, flavones      258
Reverse intersystem crossing, indanones      258
Reverse intersystem crossing, isoallooxazine      257
Rhenium(I) complexes, electron transfer in      85
Ruthenium polypyridyl complexes, as sensitizers      318
Ruthenium to rhodium electron transfer      23
Ruthenium to ruthenium electron transfer      16—18
SCLC      131
SCLC polymers      145
Semiconductor nanoclusters      310
Side-chain liquid crystalline polymers      131
Single crystal to single crystal reactions      208 211
Solid state in reactions, least atomic motion      213
Solid state in reactions, phase stability      213
Solid state reactions, internal strain      241
Spin orbit coupling      114
Spiropyrans      164—167
Stilbene chromophore      158—160
Stilbene-capped oligonucleotide duplexes      46
Structure-reactivity correlations, crystals      200
Styrylpyrilium salts, dimerization of      226
tert-butyl succinimide, rearrangement of      237
Textile dyes, photodegradation of      323
Thermotropic liquid crystalline materials      132
Thermotropic mesophases      130
Thioketone, $S_2$ emission      250 252
Thioketones, $S_2$ photophysics, table      256
Three photon process      286
Thymine dimer scission      40
Time-resolved fluorescence spectra      184
Topochemical control      196
Topotactic reactions, polymerization      212
Topotactic reactions, solids      209 212
Triphenyl methyl radical, photochemistry of      290
Triplet sensitization      142
Two color flash photolysis      251
Wide angle x-ray diffraction      187
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