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Excited state coherent vibrational motion in deoxymyoglobin

Abstract : Femtosecond coherence spectroscopy of deoxymyoglobin has been performed under excitation in the lowest electronic transition (Q band) and probing in the Soret band. Under these excitation conditions, ground state low-frequency vibrational motions are strongly suppressed with respect to Soret excitation. Evidence is presented for a contribution of excited state vibrational dynamics to the coherent response.
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Marten Vos, Jean-Christophe Lambry, Jean-Louis Martin. Excited state coherent vibrational motion in deoxymyoglobin. Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, Wiley, 2000, 47 (4(A)), pp.765. ⟨hal-00837016⟩



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