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Rapid Communication in Photoscience
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Journal DOI :
Korean Society of Photoscience
Editor in Chief :
Yong Rok Kim
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Volume 3, Issue 4 - Dec 2014
Volume 3, Issue 3 - Sep 2014
Volume 3, Issue 2 - Jun 2014
Volume 3, Issue 1 - Mar 2014
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Molecular Wire World Having Metal Complexes
Choi, Chang-Shik ;
Rapid Communication in Photoscience, volume 3, issue 3, 2014, Pages 42~47
DOI : 10.5857/RCP.2014.3.3.42
Development of molecular and supramolecular systems showing efficient photoinduced energy or electron transfer are of current research interest due to their applications in various chemical and biological processes. Various polypyridine metal complexes including Ru(II), Ru(III), Os(II), Pt(II), Fe(II), Re(I), Ir(III) and so on as a metal center introduce for expanding some more understanding of molecular-scale photoelectronics. Their complexes are concisely classified by the types of relay ligands as follows; (a) metal-direct ligand-metal system; dinuclear or trinuclear systems, (b) metal-nonconjugated ligand-metal system and metal-nonconjugated ligand system having flexible/rigid ligand, (c) metal-conjugated ligand-metal system, and (d) conjugated ligand-metal-conjugated ligand system and metal-self assembly ligand-metal system. It is pointed out that the role played by the relay ligands is important in constructing the metal complexes.
Coculture of Schwann Cells and Neuronal Cells for Myelination in Rat
Kim, Ji-Young ; Choi, Chang-Shik ; Hong, Seong-Karp ;
Rapid Communication in Photoscience, volume 3, issue 3, 2014, Pages 48~49
DOI : 10.5857/RCP.2014.3.3.48
For in vitro myelination system, Schwann cells and neuronal cells of rat were cocultured. Schwann cells and neuronal cells, respectively, were obtained from dorsal root ganglion of rat embryos (E15). This method includes four steps: first step of suspension of the embryonic dorsal root ganglion cells, second step of addition of anti-mitotic cocktail, third step of purification of dorsal root cells, and fourth step of addition of Schwann cells to dorsal root ganglion cells. We made a highly purified population of myelination in a short period through this procedure and identified myelination basic protein using antibody of myelination basic protein.
Rotaxane Based on Bis-Porphyrin Threaded onto Bis-Viologen Macrocycle
Shin, Eun Ju ;
Rapid Communication in Photoscience, volume 3, issue 3, 2014, Pages 50~52
DOI : 10.5857/RCP.2014.3.3.50
Rotaxanes have been prepared using benzene-linked bis-porphyrin or bis-zinc porphyrin as a string component and bis-viologen as a macrocyclic ring component. Absorption and fluorescence spectra of rotaxane formed by complexation of two components have been investigated.
Shade Avoidance and the Regulation of Leaf Inclination in Rice
Shin, Juhee ; Park, Phun Bum ;
Rapid Communication in Photoscience, volume 3, issue 3, 2014, Pages 53~55
DOI : 10.5857/RCP.2014.3.3.53
The shade avoidance syndrome is a morphological and physiological response when plants are exposed to shade. Recent work in Arabidopsis had begun to define the molecular components of the shade avoidance syndrome in dicotyledonous model plant. However, little is known about the shade avoidance response networks in agriculturally important monocotyledon crops such as rice. Here, we found that the degree of bending at the lamina joint is inversely proportional to the R:FR ratio. To elucidate which phytochrome is involved in this response, we did lamina joint inclination assay with the rice phytochrome-deficient mutants (osphyA, osphyB, and osphyC) and the wild type plants. Whereas the osphyA and osphyC knockout mutants bent at the lamina joint in the far-red rich condition as the wild type plants, the osphyB knockout mutants no longer bent at the lamina joint in the far-red rich condition. These results suggest that PHYB acts as a sole photoreceptor in the lamina joint inclination response in rice.
SWNTs-catalyzed solar hydrogen production
Kim, Young Kwang ; Khan, Gulzar ; Jeong, Hye Won ; Park, Hyunwoong ;
Rapid Communication in Photoscience, volume 3, issue 3, 2014, Pages 56~58
DOI : 10.5857/RCP.2014.3.3.56
Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) catalyzed hydrogen production from water containing various electron donors under visible light (
> 420 nm). As-received SWNTs were effective for hydrogen production, yet the effect vanished when they underwent surface chemical treatments. Upon coupling with CdSe particles, however, the surface treated SWNTs were far superior to non-treated SWNTs by a factor of ~30 for hydrogen production.
Synthesis and Spectroscopic Analysis of Trans-A
Metallo-Porphyrin Derivatives as Heterojunction Modulator for Organic Solar Cell
Jeon, Yea-Sel ; Hwang, Kwang-Jin ;
Rapid Communication in Photoscience, volume 3, issue 3, 2014, Pages 59~60
DOI : 10.5857/RCP.2014.3.3.59
porphyrin and Ni-porphyrin derivatives were synthesized by Suzuki coupling of bromoporphyrin with arylborate as a key step. The band gaps of those complexes were measured from their absorption, emission and cyclic voltammetric data. All the LUMO energy level of porphyrin derivatives is lower than that of P3HT, and the HOMO energy level is evaluated higher than the HOMO of PCBM.