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Author: Becker, Ralph S.

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Singlet and triplet state properties of substituted flavothionesPhysical Chemistry Chemical PhysicsJournal Article2003
Comprehensive investigation of the photophysical behavior of oligopolyfuransJournal of Physical Chemistry AJournal Article2000
Photophysical properties of hydroxy-substituted flavothionesJournal of Physical Chemistry AJournal Article2000
Photochromic behavior of 2,2-spiro-adamantylidene-2H-naphtho[1,2-b]pyran: A new thermoreversible and photoreversible photochromic systemPhotochemistry and PhotobiologyJournal Article2000
Singlet and triplet energies of alpha-oligothiophenes: A spectroscopic, theoretical, and photoacoustic study: Extrapolation to polythiopheneJournal of Chemical PhysicsJournal Article1999
Vibronic quantum effects in fluorescence and photochemistry. Competition between vibrational relaxation and photochemistry and consequences for photochemical controlJournal of the American Chemical SocietyJournal Article1999
Photophysical properties and photobiological activity of the furanochromones visnagin and khellinPhotochemistry and PhotobiologyJournal Article1998
The photophysical behavior of 3-chloro-7-methoxy-4-methylcoumarin related to the energy separation of the two lowest-lying singlet excited statesJournal of Chemical PhysicsJournal Article1997
Kinetic analysis of the photochromic behavior of a naturally occurring chromene (lapachenole) under steady irradiationMolecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals Science and Technology Section A-Molecular Crystals and Liquid CrystalsJournal Article1997
Comprehensive evaluation of the absorption, photophysical, energy transfer, structural, and theoretical properties of alpha-oligothiophenes with one to seven ringsJournal of Physical ChemistryJournal Article1996
beta-carbolines .2. Rate constants of proton transfer from multiexponential decays in the lowest singlet excited state of harmine in water as a function of pHJournal of Physical ChemistryJournal Article1996