Excited-state relaxation of protonated adenine
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- Excited-state relaxation of protonated adenine
- Nolting, Dirk; Weinkauf, Rainer; Hertel, I.V.; Schultz, Thomas
- Conical intersections; Heterocycles; Nucleobases; Protonation; Time-resolved spectroscopy
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- WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
- CHEMPHYSCHEM, v.8, no.5, pp.751 - 755
- The excited state dynamics of protonated adenine in the gas phase were investigated by femtosecond pump-probe transient mass spectroscopy. Adenine was protonated in an electrosproy ionization source and transferred to a Paul trap. Two femtosecond laser pulses at 266 nm and 800 nm excited the lowest electronic pi pi* state and probed the excited-state dynamics by monitoring ion fragment formation. The measured excited state decay is monoexponential with a lifetime shorter than 161 fs. This agrees with a theoretical prediction of very fast internal conversion via a conical intersection with the ground state.
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