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Chem. Commun., 2005, 1892-1894
10 Dec 2004,
26 Jan 2005
First published online
10 Feb 2005
A novel porphyrin–fullerene dyad assembled through Watson–Crick hydrogen bonds is described; this system undergoes photoinduced electron transfer upon irradiation with visible light to produce a charge separated state that is substantially longer lived than that of previous dyads of this type.
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