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Photoactivatable Derivatives for Chemical and Biological Applications: Design, Synthesis and Mechanistic Investigation

Slanina, Tomas (2016) Photoactivatable Derivatives for Chemical and Biological Applications: Design, Synthesis and Mechanistic Investigation. PhD, Universität Regensburg.

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Abstract (English)

This thesis focuses on design, synthesis and mechanistic investigations of photoactivatable derivatives. It summarizes selected results of my Ph.D. research which have been published or submitted for publication. In the theoretical part it summarizes basic information about selected topics relevant for the studied projects, such as photoremovable protecting groups, selected visible light ...


Translation of the abstract (German)

Diese Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit dem Design, der Synthese und mechanistischen Untersuchungen von photoaktivierbaren Derivaten. Ausgewählte Ergebnisse meiner Dissertation werden zusammengefasst. Alle Ergebnisse sind entweder publiziert oder zur Publikation eingereicht. Der theoretische Teil gibt eine Übersicht über die Grundlagen ausgewählter, in dieser Arbeit behandelter Themengebiete wie ...


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Item type:Thesis of the University of Regensburg (PhD)
Date:2 December 2016
Referee:Prof. Dr. Bernhard Dick and Prof. Dr. Petr Slavicek
Date of exam:17 December 2015
Institutions:Chemistry and Pharmacy > Institut für Organische Chemie > Lehrstuhl Prof. Dr. Burkhard König
Keywords:photoinduced electron transfer, boron-dipyrromethene, carbon monoxide releasing molecules, xanthene, fluorescein, acridine, eosin Y, 4-hydroxyphenacyl, heavy atom effect, intersystem crossing, transient spectroscopy, photoremovable protecting group, photocatalysis, visible light, photoactivatable molecules, aryl radicals, nitrate radical, photoreduction, reaction mechanism, regulatory small molecules, in vivo release, photochemistry, spectroscopy, quantum yield
Dewey Decimal Classification:500 Science > 540 Chemistry & allied sciences
Refereed:Yes, this version has been refereed
Created at the University of Regensburg:Yes
Item ID:33543
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