Controlling Reaction Kinetics and Pathway via Dielectric Relaxation of Complex Media

Neal Woodbury (Inventor)

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Abstract

Through careful study of the dynamics of photosynthesis reaction centers, we have developed a methodology for creating light initiated reactions in specific media that results in very little dependence of the reaction on either the conditions (temperatures, etc.) or the detailed thermodynamics of the reactions sensitive to conformational changes in the solvent.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - May 1 2006

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Photosynthesis
Dielectric relaxation
Reaction kinetics
Thermodynamics
Temperature

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