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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    V. S. Letokhov
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    0852744692
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    978-0852744697
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1987)
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    328 pages
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Series on optics and optoelectronics. Ultrashort laser pulses in studies of biomolecules (V S Letokhov). Picosecond two-quantum photophysics and photochemistry of thymine (D N Nikogosyan). Ultrafast processes in rhodopsins (A V Sharkov and Yu A Matveets). Picosecond dynamics of electronic excitation energy redistribution in metalloporphyrins (B M Dzhagarov, V S Chirvonyi and G P Gurinovich). Primary photoprocesses in picosecond UV inactivation of viruses and bacteria (D N Nikogosyan and G B Zavilgelsky). Picosecond laser photochemical synthesis of organic molecules.

Our investigations in picosecond spectroscopy are developina in two main directions. eds) Picosecond Phenomena. The first one is the investigation of ultrafast processes in biological objects  . Springer Series in Chemical Physics, vol 4. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

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Laser spectroscopy of biomolecules. Chapter · April 2006 with 1 Reads. An optically induced absorption that appears in about . picosecond at physiological temperatures has been resolved in time. DOI: 1. 007/BFb0024397. General aspects, typical examples, applications in photomedicine as well as future possibilities are presented.

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Letokhov, V. S. and Chebotaev, Veniamim Pavlovich . Nonlinear laser spectroscopy, V. Letokhov, V. P. Chehotsyev Springer-Verlag Berlin ; New York 1977. Australian/Harvard Citation. Laser optoacoustic spectroscopy, . Nonlinear laser chemistry : multiple-photon excitation, . Find in other libraries.

Note, that interpretation of the biomolecules optical spectrum is very difficult task due to the complicated structure of these molecules. This leads to necessity of desired signal measuring against the strong background noise. Letokhov, Adam Hilger, Bristol, 1987. 20. Telser . Cruickshank K. Morrison L. Netzel T. & Chan C. K. (1989).

NONLINEAR OPTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY Nobel lecture, 8 December, 1981 by. .This white picosecond pulse may be used to probe variations in absorption due to the first pulse.

Infrared photochemistry of molecules in highly excited states has been stimulated by the availability of high power lasers.

This book provides an up-to-date critical review of the applications of picosecond and femtosecond laser pulses in biophysics and photobiology. Ultrashort laser pulses have proved to be invaluable for the investigation of the processes taking place in complex biomolecules, where there are many possible pathways via which excitation energy may transfer and relax, and for the study of the primary states of photobiochemical reactions that occur immediately after absorption of a light quantum. Many exciting results have already emerged, and in this book the contributors, who are all expert workers at the forefront of the field, review investigations carried out in the USSR and elsewhere. Many of the most recent data from Soviet work are presented here in for the first time in English outside the specialist journals. The book begins with an introductory chapter on the general principles and methods involved in the application of ultrashort laser pulses to the study of biomolecules. The remaining chapters deal with experimental work on specific biomolecules: ultrafast processes in rhodopsins, excitation energy redistribution in metallo porphyrins, energy migration and trapping in bacterial photosynthesis, two-quantum photophysics and photochemistry of thymine, picosecond uv inactivation of viruses and bacteria and picosecond laser photochemical synthesis of organic molecules. The work discussed in the monograph lies at the juction between many disciplines - spectroscopy, quantum electronics, biophysics and biochemistry - and this review will therefore to be of interest to a wide community of researchers, and the contributors hope it will therefore encourage further collaboration in this exciting field where much still awaits discovery.