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Number of items: 6.

Journal article

Lendzian, F.; Lubitz, Wolfgang; Scheer, Hugo; Hoff, Arnold J.; Plato, M.; Tränkle, E.; Möbius, K. (1988): ESR, ENDOR and TRIPLE resonance studies of the primary donor radical cation P960+ in the photosynthetic bacterium Rhodopseudomonas viridis. In: Chemical Physics Letters, Vol. 148, No. 5: pp. 377-385 [PDF, 900kB]

Lendzian, F.; Lubitz, Wolfgang; Steiner, R.; Tränkle, E.; Plato, M.; Scheer, Hugo; Möbius, K. (1986): The radical cation of bacteriochlorophyll b. A liquid-phase endor and triple resonance study. In: Chemical Physics Letters, Vol. 126, No. 3-4: pp. 290-296 [PDF, 685kB]

Lendzian, F.; Willigen, H. van; Sastry, S.; Möbius, K.; Scheer, Hugo; Feick, R. (19. July 1985): Proton endor study of the photoexcited triplet state PT in Rps. sphaeroides R-26 photosynthetic reaction centres. In: Chemical Physics Letters, Vol. 118, No. 2: pp. 145-150 [PDF, 668kB]

Lubitz, Wolfgang; Lendzian, F.; Scheer, Hugo; Gottstein, J.; Plato, M.; Möbius, K. (1984): Structural studies of the primary donor cation radical P-870+ in reaction centers of Rhodospirillum rubrum by electron-nuclear double resonance in solution. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA, Vol. 81: pp. 1401-1405 [PDF, 1MB]

Lendzian, F.; Lubitz, Wolfgang; Scheer, Hugo; Bubenzer, C.; Möbius, K. (1981): In Vivo Liquid Solution ENDOR and TRIPLE Resonance of Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers of Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides R-26. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 103: pp. 4635-4637 [PDF, 464kB]

Conference or Workshop Item

Lubitz, Wolfgang; Lendzian, F.; Scheer, Hugo; Plato, M.; Möbius, K. (1983): Electron-nuclear multiple resonance studies on primary products of bacterial photosynthesis. International Conference on Photochemistry and Photobiology, Jan. 5 - 10, 1983, Alexandria. [PDF, 1MB]

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