Electronic excited states of the CP29 antenna complex of green plants : a model based onexciton calculations

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2000
Albayrak, Duygu

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D. Albayrak, “Electronic excited states of the CP29 antenna complex of green plants : a model based onexciton calculations,” Middle East Technical University, 2000.