Structure of the Primary Electron Donor in Photosystem I: Difference Resonance Raman Spectrocopy of CP1 Particles
Much interest has been devoted to the structure of the primary donors of electron in photosynthesis: indeed, the precise structure, as well as the ground state interactions involving its constitutive pigmentis) are of particular interest, because of their obvious relevance to the understanding of the mechanisms of the primary charge separation.
KeywordsResonance Raman Spectrum Primary Electron Donor Primary Charge Separation Bacterial Reaction Center Difference Resonance
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