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ps-TRIR covers all the bases – recent advances in the use of transient IR for the detection of short-lived species in nucleic acids

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Recent developments of the picosecond transient absorption infrared technique and its ability to elucidate the nature and kinetic behaviour of transient species formed upon pulsed laser excitation of nucleic acids are described.

Graphical abstract: ps-TRIR covers all the bases – recent advances in the use of transient IR for the detection of short-lived species in nucleic acids

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First published
05 May 2009

Analyst, 2009,134, 1265-1273
Article type
Critical Review

ps-TRIR covers all the bases – recent advances in the use of transient IR for the detection of short-lived species in nucleic acids

M. Towrie, G. W. Doorley, M. W. George, A. W. Parker, S. J. Quinn and J. M. Kelly, Analyst, 2009, 134, 1265
DOI: 10.1039/B902108F

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