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Open Access Photoinduced Electron and Proton Transfer with Metal Complexes and Organic Molecules

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This article provides an overview of some of the research performed in the author's group over the past few years. This includes work on organic mixed-valence species with photoisomerizable components, as well as studies of proton-coupled electron transfer between photoexcited metal complexes and organic reaction partners. This research relies on a combination of synthetic work with optical spectroscopic and electrochemical studies, and the results are relevant in the greater context of light-to-chemical energy conversion.
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Affiliations: Departement für Chemie Universität Basel Spitalstrasse 51 CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland. [email protected]

Publication date: May 1, 2013

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