2 edition of Optical Properties and Structure of Tetrapyrroles found in the catalog.
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OPTICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS m i ionic mass m 9 i reduced ionic mass m i m p impurity ion mass m * l longitudinal ef fective mass m o electron rest mass m r electron-hole reduced mass m * t transverse ef fective mass N volume density n refractive index (real part) n ˜ 5 (n 1 ik) complex index of refraction P polarization ﬁeld q photon wave vector. 1. Author(s): Blauer,Gideon; Sund,Horst, Title(s): Optical properties and structure of tetrapyrroles: proceedings of a symposium held at the University of Konstanz, West Germany, August , / editors, Gideon Blauer, Horst Sund.
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of Konstanz, West Germany, August 12/ ed. Gideon Blauer ; Horst Sund. * The symposium proceedings, including discussions, will be published in a book entitled Optical Properties and Structure of Tetrapyrroles, edited by G Blauer and H Sund, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, A survey of functional porphynn assemblies, which includes molecular complexes, aggregates and redox pairs, was : Horst Sund, Gideon Blauer.
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Optical properties and structure of tetrapyrroles. A report of a symposium held at the University of Konstanz, FRG, AugustSund H, Blauer G.
Many basic life processes such as oxygen transport, electron transport, photosynthesis and plant development, are mediated by : Horst Sund, Gideon Blauer. Optical Properties and Structure of Tetrapyrroles A Report of a Symposium Held at the University of Konstanz, Optical Properties and Structure of Tetrapyrroles book, August* Horst Sund and Gideon Blauer Fachherezch Blologze, Umversltat Konstanz, FRG.
and Inwtute of Ltfe Sciences. The Hebrew Umveruty of Jerusalem, Israel Recetved 13 May Optical properties and structure of tetrapyrroles: proceedings of a symposium held at the Univ. of Konstanz, West Germany, August 12 - 17, / ed. Gideon Blauer ; Horst Sund. of the photochemical and photophysica1 properties of the ru thenium compound contributed thus to a better understanding of the photochemistry of carbonyl hemoglobin.
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The book is divided into four sections, three of which represent major areas of tetrapyrrole research-porphyrins (such as hematoporphyrins, hemoglobin, cytochromes, and model compounds), bile pigments (bilirubin, phytochromes, biliproteins), and.
Some tetrapyrroles form the active core of compounds with crucial biochemical roles in living systems, such as hemoglobin and chlorophyll. In these two molecules, in particular, the pyrrole macrocycle ring frames a metal atom, that forms a coordination compound with the pyrroles and plays a central role in the biochemical function of those molecules.
Optical properties and structure of tetrapyrroles: proceedings of a symposium held at the University of Konstanz, West Germany, AugustAuthor: Gideon Blauer ; Horst Sund.
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