Ultrafast chemistry in complex and confined systems

Dutta, Partha ; Bhattacharyya, Kankan (2004) Ultrafast chemistry in complex and confined systems Journal of Chemical Sciences, 116 (1). pp. 5-16. ISSN 0253-4134

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Self-organized molecular assemblies play a crucial role in many natural and biological processes. Recent applications of ultrafast laser spectroscopy and computer simulations revealed that chemistry in a confined environment is fundamentally different from that in ordinary solutions. Many recent examples of slow dynamics in constrained environments and their biological implications are discussed.

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Keywords:Organized Assemblies; Ultrafast Laser Spectroscopy; Computer Simulations
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