International Journal of Photoenergy

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Table of Contents: 2004

  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 951404

Protonation effect on the excited state behaviour of some aza-analogues of EE-distyrylbenzene

Gabriella Ginocchietti | Ugo Mazzucato | Anna Spalletti
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 807345

C-N vs. C-C Bond Photodissociation in N-(tert-butyldiphenylmethyl)aniline

Stylianos Garas | Michael G. Siskos | Antonios K. Zarkadis
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 478193

Polyoxometallates as effective photocatalysts in water purification from pesticides

E. Gkika | P. Kormali | ... | A. Hiskia
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 464713

Microcrystals of an organic fluorescent dye grown in the presence of various PAMAM dendrimers: Control of the morphology and optical properties

Franck Bertorelle | Fatima Al-Ali | Suzanne Fery-Forgues
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 948312

NMR studies of the polyphotochromic behaviour of biphotochromic compounds

J. Berthet | S. Delbaere | ... | G. Vermeersch
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 260871

Surface photochemistry: Photodegradation study of pyrene adsorbed onto microcrystalline cellulose and silica

A. S. Oliveira | L. F. Vieira Ferreira | ... | J. C. Moreira
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 682579

Photochromic properties of six 5-O-n-alkyl, 6-CN substituted spironaphthoxazines

A. V. Metelitsa | J. C. Micheau | ... | V. I. Minkin
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 713014

A comparative study of the photochemistry of biphenyl adsorbed on cellulose and silicalite

J. P. Da Silva | L. F. Vieira Ferreira
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 419831

Photocapture of dynamic hydrogen-bonded assemblies

Nathan D. McClenaghan | Dario M. Bassani
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 252048

Photochemical and thermal degradation of a naturally occurring dye used in artistic painting. A chromatographic, spectrophotometric and fluorimetric study on saffron

Vida Vickackaite | Aldo Romani | ... | Gianna Favaro
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 383407

5-Ureido-3,3-diphenyl-3H-naphtho[2,1-b]pyrans: Photoswitchable self-assembling architectures

X. Sallenave | S. Delbaere | ... | J. L. Pozzo
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 941913

Synthesis and in vitro evaluation of dioxopyrrolopyrroles as potential low-affinity fluorescent Ca2+ indicators

Nesibe Avcıbaşi | Mario Smet | ... | Noël Boens
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 187517

Contribution of NMR spectroscopy to the mechanistic understanding of photochromism

S. Delbaere | J. C. Micheau | ... | G. Vermeersch
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 849824

Introduction

Gianna Favaro
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 6
  • - Article ID 516414

Effect of morphology on electron drift mobility in porous TiO2

B. O. Aduda | P. Ravirajan | ... | J. Nelson
International Journal of Photoenergy
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