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August 2nd, 2007
Porphyrin electron-transfer reactions observed at the molecular level
Researchers at Temple University have observed and documented electron transfer reactions on an electrode surface at the single molecule level for the first time, a discovery which could have future relevance to areas such as molecular electronics, electrochemistry, biology, catalysis, information storage, and solar energy conversion.
The researchers have published their findings, "Dynamics of Porphyrin Electron-Transfer Reactions at the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface at the Molecular Level", in the international scientific journal, Angewandte Chemie International.
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