Retinal shows its true colours: Photoisomerization action spectra of mobility-selected isomers of the retinal protonated Schiff base

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Retinal shows its true colours : Photoisomerization action spectra of mobility-selected isomers of the retinal protonated Schiff base. / Coughlan, N. J.A.; Adamson, B. D.; Gamon, L.; Catani, K.; Bieske, E. J.

I: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Bind 17, Nr. 35, 05.08.2015, s. 22623-22631.

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Coughlan, NJA, Adamson, BD, Gamon, L, Catani, K & Bieske, EJ 2015, 'Retinal shows its true colours: Photoisomerization action spectra of mobility-selected isomers of the retinal protonated Schiff base', Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, bind 17, nr. 35, s. 22623-22631. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5cp03611a

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Coughlan, N. J. A., Adamson, B. D., Gamon, L., Catani, K., & Bieske, E. J. (2015). Retinal shows its true colours: Photoisomerization action spectra of mobility-selected isomers of the retinal protonated Schiff base. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 17(35), 22623-22631. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5cp03611a

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Coughlan NJA, Adamson BD, Gamon L, Catani K, Bieske EJ. Retinal shows its true colours: Photoisomerization action spectra of mobility-selected isomers of the retinal protonated Schiff base. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2015 aug 5;17(35):22623-22631. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5cp03611a

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Coughlan, N. J.A. ; Adamson, B. D. ; Gamon, L. ; Catani, K. ; Bieske, E. J. / Retinal shows its true colours : Photoisomerization action spectra of mobility-selected isomers of the retinal protonated Schiff base. I: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2015 ; Bind 17, Nr. 35. s. 22623-22631.

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