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Pawlowski, V. and Kunkely, Horst and Vogler, Arnd (1995) Electronic spectra and photochemistry of trichlorostannyl complexes of ruthenium(II) and osmium(II). Inorganica Chimica Acta 50 (7), pp. 1035-1037.

Pawlowski, V. and Kunkely, Horst and Vogler, Arnd (1995) Photochemical Generation of Tribromostannate(II) by Redox and Substitution Reactions. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung B 50 (7), pp. 1035-1037.

Pawlowski, V. and Kunkely, Horst and Vogler, Arnd (1994) Electronic Spectra and Photochemistry of Trichlorostannyl Complexes of Rhodium(III) and Platinum(II). Coordination Chemistry Reviews 132, pp. 23-28.

Kunkely, Horst and Pawlowski, V. and Vogler, Arnd (1994) Photoluminescence of tetrachloroarsenate(III). Chemical Physics Letters 227 (3), pp. 267-269.

Pawlowski, V. and Kunkely, Horst and Vogler, Arnd (1994) Photoredox Decomposition of [(R₃P)₃Au-SnCl₃] Induced by Metal-to-Metal Charge Transfer Excitation. Journal of Information Recording Materials 21, pp. 673-675.

Kunkely, Horst and Pawlowski, V. and Vogler, Arnd (1994) Photoredox behavior of a trinuclear Ru(III), Ru(II), Co(III) complex induced by metal-to-metal charge transfer excitations. Inorganica Chimica Acta 225 (1-2), pp. 327-330.

Pawlowski, V. and Kunkely, Horst and Vogler, Arnd (1993) Electronic Spectra and Photochemistry of Hexakis(trichlorostannyl)ruthenate(II). Journal of the American Chemical Society 115 (15), pp. 7029-7030.

Kunkely, Horst and Pawlowski, V. and Vogler, Arnd (1993) Photochemistry of Vitamin B₁₂ Derivatives. New Observations and Conclusions. In: Contributions to Development of Coordination Chemistry. 14th Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Smolenice 1993. Slovak Technical University Press, Bratislava, p. 363.

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