Hypericin, Hypocrellin, and Model Compounds: Primary Photoprocesses of Light-Induced Antiviral AgentsThe Journal of Physical Chemistry A
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AbstractThe excited-state photophysics of the light-induced antiviral agents hypericin and hypocrellin are compared with those of the hexa- and tetramethoxy analogues of hypericin. The results are consistent with the interpretation of the primary photoprocess in hypericin and hypocrellin as that of excited-state intramolecular proton or atom transfer.
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Citation InformationD. S. English, K. Das, J. M. Zenner, W. Zhang, et al.. "Hypericin, Hypocrellin, and Model Compounds: Primary Photoprocesses of Light-Induced Antiviral Agents" The Journal of Physical Chemistry A Vol. 101 Iss. 18 (1997) p. 3235 - 3240
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