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Photophysical and photochemical properties of potential porphyrin and chlorin photosensitizers for PDT

Zenkevich, E.; Sagun, E.; Knyukshto, V.; Shulga, A.; Mironov, A.; Efremova, O.; Bonnett, R.; Pinda Songca, S.; Kassem, M. (1996)
Structural and optical properties as well as photophysical and photochemical parameters (excited S₁ and T₁ state lifetimes at 77 K and in the presence of O₂ in solution at 293 K; efficiencies of singlet oxygen, ¹Δg, generation) are presented for porphyrins and chlorins with potential for the PDT of cancer: chlorin p₆ and its trimethyl ester, chlorin e₆ and its Na₃ and K₃ salts, purpurin-18 and its monomethylester, 5,10,15,20-tetrakis(3-methoxyphenyl)porphyrin (TPPM), 5,10,15,20-tetrakis(2,4-d...

Fluorescence line narrowing study of cyclopentaneporphyrin chemical dimers at 4.2 K

Starukhin, A.; Zenkevich, E. I.; Shulga, A.; Chernook, A. (1996)
The monomers of Zn-cyclopentanporphyrins (ZnOEP-cycle and ZnOEP-cycle=CH2) and their chemical dimers covalently linked via isocycles (Zn-cyclodimers) have been studied by the method of fluorescence line narrowing (FLN) in tetrahydrofurane-toluene (3:1) glassy matrixes at 4.2 K. Well-resolved fluorescence spectra upon laser excitation into the S₀→S₁ absorption band have been observed. In contrast to this, it has been shown that the excitation into the region of S₀→S₂ absorption band leads to F...

Complexation and interchromophoric interactions in self-organized porphyrin and chlorin triads

Chernook, A. V.; Shulga, A. M.; Zenkevich, E. I.; Rempel, U.; von Borczyskowski, C. (1996)
Spectral properties and equilibrium constants of multimolecular complexes (triads) formed by 2-fold coordination of dipyridyl-substituted free bases of porphyrin, chlorin, or tetrahydroporphyrin with Zn-porphyrin and Zn-chlorin dimers bridged by either of two different spacers between the monomeric entities have been studied in methylcyclohexane at room temperature. The ability of the dimers bridged by a -CH2-CH2- spacer to form complexes with the free bases is found to be much lower than tha...

On chaos in bibliometric terminology

Lazarev, V. S. (1996)
On behalf of a case study of articles on bibliometric selection and ranking the variance in terminology of the properties of journals is shown: the same properties are called in various manners, while one and the same terms have different meanings. Similar inconsistencies are found in the terms denoting readers’ activities which are studied in bibliometrics for the assessment of the use of periodicals. The author concludes that there are actually only two properties of periodicals that are qu...

Formation and optical properties of self-organized pentameric porphyrin arrays

Chernook, A. V.; Rempel, U.; von Borczyskowski, C.; Zenkevich, E. I.; Shulga, A. (1996)
Principles of formation, electronic absorption and fluorescence spectra are reported for self-organized pentameric arrays of tetrapyrrolic macrocycles. In these arrays two molecules of Zn-porphyrin dimers, Zn(II)l,4-bis[5-(10,15,20-tri-p-hexylphenylporphyrinyl)]-benzene ((ZnHTPP)₂) are bound via one molecule of a tetrapyridyl-substituted free base of porphyrin or tetrahydroporphyrin. The process of self-assembly is based on the twofold coordination of the central Zn ions !n the dimer with the...