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Directing the path of light-induced electron transfer at a molecular fork using vibrational excitation

16:56 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Nature Publishing

With recent and improved understanding of how nuclear and electronic degrees of freedom can interact with each other comes the opportunity to directly control electronic processes. Now it has been shown that ultrafast vibrational excitation can direct light-induced intramolecular electron transfer along a specific path.

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