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2005Chemical models for aspects of the photosynthetic reaction centre: synthesis and photophysical properties of tris- and tetrakis-porphyrins that resemble the arrangement of chromophores in the natural systemCrossley, Maxwell; Sintic, Paul; Ghiggino, Kenneth P; Hutchison, James A; Chemistry; ChemistryChemical models for aspects of the photosynthetic reaction centre: synthesis and photophysical properties of tris- and tetrakis-porphyrins that resemble the arrangement of chromophores in the natural system, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, vol.3,(5),2005,pp 852-865
2009Control of photoinduced charge transfer lifetimes in porphyrin arrays by ligand additionBlake, Iain; Brotherhood, Peter; Crossley, Maxwell; Sintic, Paul; Ghiggino, Kenneth P; Hutchison, James A; Scholes, Colin; Chemistry; Chemistry; Chemistry; ChemistryControl of photoinduced charge transfer lifetimes in porphyrin arrays by ligand addition, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Part C: Nanomaterials and Interfaces, vol.113,(27),2009,pp 11796-11804
2003Metal-centered photoinduced electron transfer reduction of a gold(III) porphyrin cation linked with a zinc porphyrin to produce a long-lived charge-separated state in nonpolar solventsCrossley, Maxwell; Sintic, Paul; E, Wenbo; Fukuzumi, Shunichi; Ghiggino, Kenneth P; Hutchison, James A; Kadish, Karl M; Ohkubo, Kei; Ou, Zhongping; Shao, Jianguo; Chemistry; ChemistryMetal-centered photoinduced electron transfer reduction of a gold(III) porphyrin cation linked with a zinc porphyrin to produce a long-lived charge-separated state in nonpolar solvents, Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.125,(49),2003,pp 14984-14985
2009The photophysics of selectively metallated arrays of quinoxaline-fused tetraarylporphyrinsCrossley, Maxwell; Sintic, Paul; Ghiggino, Kenneth P; Hutchison, James A; Nagamura, Toshihiko; Chemistry; ChemistryThe photophysics of selectively metallated arrays of quinoxaline-fused tetraarylporphyrins, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol.11,(18),2009,pp 3478-3489