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Journal of Applied Spectroscopy

, Volume 66, Issue 5, pp 841–850 | Cite as

A resonance-reman-scattering multifrequency spectrometer for investigating excited states of molecules and photoinduced high-rate processes

  • A. G. Shvedko
  • V. V. Ermolenkov
  • S. G. Kruglik
  • V. A. Orlovich
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Abstract

A resonance-Raman-scattering multifrequency laser spectrometer operating in a wide spectral range (355–750 nm) and making possible the recording of both stationary Raman spectra and spectra with a time resolution of up to 100 psec in the time interval of 0–50 nsec has been developed. The spectrometer has been used with advantage for the study of the excited states of molecules of metalloporphyrins in solutions and processes of interaction of model metalloporphyrins with DNA and DNA-modeling polynucleotides.

Key words

RRS multifrequency laser spectrometer nanosecond laser picosecond laser time resolution metalloporphyrins 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. G. Shvedko
  • V. V. Ermolenkov
  • S. G. Kruglik
  • V. A. Orlovich

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