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  1. Stretching tension effects in permeability transition pores of inner mitochondrial membrane
  2. Focusing effects of ballistic transverse-quantized excitons in metal nanofilms
  3. Supercritical Fluid Gaseous and Liquid States: A Review of Experimental Results
  4. Application of multidimensional and conventional fluorescence techniques for classification of beverages originating from various berry fruit
  5. Volt-ampere characteristics of porcine retinal Müller cell intermediate filaments
  6. Education, Science and Governance for Sustainable Development: Change of Paradigms
  7. Front-Face Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Chemometrics for Quality Control of Cold-Pressed Rapeseed Oil During Storage
  8. Macro-scale transport of the excitation energy along a metal nanotrack: exciton-plasmon energy transfer mechanism
  9. Fluorescence spectroscopy and imaging instruments for food quality evaluation
  10. Evaluation of Quality Parameters of Apple Juices Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy and Chemometrics
  11. Computational Modeling of In Vitro Swelling of Mitochondria: A Biophysical Approach
  12. Analysis of Temporal Signals of Climate
  13. New Food Packaging Systems
  14. Perils and Pitfalls of Empirical Forecasting
  15. Negative Feedback in the Polar Ice System
  16. Screening of Antioxidant Properties of the Apple Juice Using the Front-Face Synchronous Fluorescence and Chemometrics
  17. Explorative study of apple juice fluorescence in relation to antioxidant properties
  18. Errata: Quantum mechanism of light transmission by the intermediate filaments in some specialized optically transparent cells
  19. Superemission in vertically-aligned single-wall carbon nanotubes
  20. Quantum mechanism of light transmission by the intermediate filaments in some specialized optically transparent cells
  21. Superemission of Cr nanolayers
  22. Superparamagnetic Properties of Hemozoin
  23. Quantum confinement in metal nanofilms: Optical spectra
  24. Quantum confinement in semiconductor nanofilms: Optical spectra and multiple exciton generation
  25. Foveolar Müller Cells of the Pied Flycatcher: Morphology and Distribution of Intermediate Filaments Regarding Cell Transparency
  26. Spin-anticrossing effects in Co–SiO2–Fe and ZnO–SiO2–CuO three-nanolayer devices
  27. Near and mid infrared spectroscopy and multivariate data analysis in studies of oxidation of edible oils
  28. Primary reactions in the photochemistry of hexahalide complexes of platinum group metals: A minireview
  29. Model of polarization selectivity of the intermediate filament optical channels
  30. Spin polarized state filter based on semiconductor–dielectric–iron–semiconductor multi-nanolayer device
  31. Consensus is not an argument: hypotheses will stand or fall according to experimental evidence only.
  32. On the Role of the Blood Vessel Endothelial Microvilli in the Blood Flow in Small Capillaries
  33. External control of theDrosophila melanogasteregg to imago development period by specific combinations of 3D low-frequency electric and magnetic fields
  34. The effects of pH and hydrogen bonds on photophysical properties of N-(4-bromobenzyl) substituted hydroxystilbazolium hemicyanine and merocyanine
  35. Spectroscopic techniques and chemometrics in analysis of blends of extra virgin with refined and mild deodorized olive oils
  36. Methods in Food Analysis
  37. Vibrational and Electronic Spectroscopy and Chemometrics in Analysis of Edible Oils
  38. Photophysics, Excited-state Double-Proton Transfer and Hydrogen-bonding Properties of 5-Deazaalloxazines
  39. Anticrossing spectroscopy in multi-nanolayer structures
  40. Modulation effect of low-frequency electric and magnetic fields on CO2production and rates of acetate and pyruvate formation inSaccharomyces cerevisiaecell culture
  41. Photodissociation of (SO2⋯XH) Van der Waals complexes and clusters (XH = C2H2, C2H4, C2H6) excited at 32 040–32 090 cm−1 with formation of HSO2 and X
  42. Quantum filter of spin polarized states: Metal–dielectric–ferromagnetic/semiconductor device
  43. The Scientific Method in Contemporary (Climate) Research
  44. Application of Signal Analysis to the Climate
  45. Ultrasound Applications in Food Technology: Equipment, Combined Processes and Effects on Safety and Quality Parameters
  46. External control of theDrosophila melanogasterlifespan by combination of 3D oscillating low-frequency electric and magnetic fields
  47. Physico-mechanical properties of chitosan films with carvacrol and grape seed extract
  48. Nanotechnology in Food Applications
  49. Spin-polarized state quantum filter used to measure spin-polarized state relaxation time and g-factor
  50. Exchange resonance in MDM nanolayer systems: Experiment and theory
  51. Spin-polarized state transport from ferromagnetic to conductive material: Signal amplification by ferromagnetic layer
  52. Influence of pH on photophysical properties of (E)-1-(4-chlorobenzyl)-4-(4-hydroxystyryl)pyridinium chloride
  53. Acid–Base Equilibriums of Lumichrome and its 1-Methyl, 3-Methyl, and 1,3-Dimethyl Derivatives
  54. Analysis of Olive Oils by Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Methods and Applications
  55. Color and Luminescence Stability of Selected Dental Materials In Vitro
  56. FTIR and UV spectroscopy in real-time monitoring of S. cerevisiae cell culture
  57. Influence of water on photophysical properties of N-bromobenzyl- or nitrobenzyl derivatives of substituted 4-hydroxystilbazolium hemicyanines
  58. Observation of spin-polarized state transport from a ferromagnetic to a conductive material
  59. Photophysical properties of izomeric N-chlorobenzyl substituted (E)-2′ (3′-or 4′)-hydroxy-4-stilbazolium chlorides in alcohols
  60. Changes in chromophoric composition of high-yield mechanical pulps due to hydrogen peroxide bleaching under acidic and alkaline conditions
  61. Photochemical reaction dynamics in SO2-acetylene complexes
  63. Electronic structure and spectral properties of selected trimethyl-alloxazines: Combined experimental and DFT study
  64. Fluorescence Methods for Analysis of Beer
  65. Spectroscopy and photophysics of dimethyl-substituted alloxazines
  66. Dynamics of energy transfer processes in oxalylfluoride–acetylene clusters
  67. Luminescence of selected dental composites in vitro
  68. Simultaneous analysis of riboflavin and aromatic amino acids in beer using fluorescence and multivariate calibration methods
  69. Electron ionisation and electrospray ionisation mass spectrometric study of a series of isomeric methyl-, dimethyl- and trimethylalloxazines
  70. Photochemistry of 5-allyloxy-tetrazoles: steady-state and laser flash photolysis study
  71. Fluorescence spectroscopy in monitoring of extra virgin olive oil during storage
  72. Photolability of potential calcium channel antagonists: Hexahydroquinoline derivatives
  73. Direct Characterization of Hydrogen Peroxide Bleached Thermomechanical Pulp Using Spectroscopic Methods
  74. Magnetic Field Influence on Dynamics of Singlet-Triplet Conversion
  75. State dynamics of acetylene excited to individual rotational level of the V12K10,1,2 subbands
  76. New photochemically stable riboflavin analogue—3-Methyl-riboflavin tetraacetate
  77. Discrimination of Beer Flavours by Analysis of Volatiles Using the Mass Spectrometer as an Electronic Nose
  78. Spectral and photophysical properties of thermomechanical pulps bleached with the use of acidified and alkaline hydrogen peroxide
  79. Dynamics of secondary and tertiary structure relaxation of a cyclic penta-peptide: Time-resolved FTIR studies
  80. Optical-IR double resonance effect for the rovibronic state of (COF)2
  81. Monitoring beer during storage by fluorescence spectroscopy
  82. Study of physical and photocatalytic properties of titanium dioxide thin films prepared from complex precursors by chemical vapour deposition
  83. Mechanistic Investigations into the Photochemistry of 4-Allyl-tetrazolones in Solution:  A New Approach to the Synthesis of 3,4-Dihydro-pyrimidinones
  84. In Search of Excited-State Proton Transfer in the Lumichrome Dimer in the Solid State:  Theoretical and Experimental Approach
  85. State dynamics of (COF)2 excited to single rotational levels of different vibronic states of the electronic state
  86. Spectroscopy and photophysics of flavin-related compounds: 5-deaza-riboflavin
  87. Excited-state dynamics of acetylene excited to individual rotational level of the V04K01 subband
  88. Novel Efficient Synthesis of 3,4-Dihydro-6-substituted-3-phenylpyrimidin-2(1H)-ones.
  89. Double optical-IR resonance effect for the single rotational level of the vibronic transition of C2H2
  90. Spectroscopy and photophysics of flavin-related compounds: Isoalloxazines
  91. Ground- and Excited-State Double Proton Transfer in Lumichrome/Acetic Acid System:  Theoretical and Experimental Approach
  92. Novel efficient synthesis of 3,4-dihydro-6-substituted-3-phenylpyrimidin-2(1H)-ones
  93. Dispersive kinetic of fluorescence decay of alloxazines adsorbed into cellulose
  94. Synchronous Fluorescence Spectroscopy of Edible Vegetable Oils. Quantification of Tocopherols
  95. Spectroscopy and photophysics of flavin related compounds: Riboflavin and iso-(6,7)-riboflavin
  96. Spectroscopy and photophysics of flavin-related compounds: 3-benzyl-lumiflavin
  97. Study of the OD EPR phenomena in (COF)2 excited to single rotational levels of the
  98. Spectroscopy and photophysics of cyanoalloxazines. Theoretical study
  99. Spectroscopy and photophysics of flavin-related compounds: 3-ethyl-lumiflavin
  100. Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes of Lumichrome
  101. Classification of edible oils using synchronous scanning fluorescence spectroscopy
  102. S–T conversion dynamics in acetylene: OD EPR studies
  103. H2CS–C6H6 cluster effects in the S–T conversion dynamics of H2CS excited to individual rotational levels of the
  104. Spectroscopy and structure of sparteine and 2-methylsparteine dichloride metal complexes
  105. Electronic structure of isoalloxazines in their ground and excited states
  106. Spectroscopy and photophysics of 6,7-dimethyl-alloxazine: experimental and theoretical study
  107. Electronic structure of lumiflavin and its analogues in their ground and excited states
  108. Spectroscopy and photophysics of mono methyl-substituted alloxazines
  109. Optical-IR double resonance effect for single rotational lines of the 000 vibrational transition in H2CS
  110. Spectroscopy and Photophysics of Lumiflavins and Lumichromes
  111. Spectroscopy and photophysics of 9-methylalloxazine. Experimental and theoretical study
  112. Photophysics of 1-methyllumichrome
  113. Spectroscopy and Photophysics of Iso- and Alloxazines: Experimental and Theoretical Study
  114. Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Characterization and Differentiation of Beers
  115. Characterization of Edible Oils Using Total Luminescence Spectroscopy
  116. Intramolecular energy-transfer processes induced by an external electric field
  117. Photochemical separation of the 85Rb and 87Rb isotopes
  118. Spectroscopy and photophysics of alloxazines studied in their ground and first excited singlet states
  119. Photophysics of lumichrome on cellulose
  120. TiO 2 thin film synthesis from complex precursors by CVD, its physical and photocatalytic properties
  121. Photophysics of alloxazines on cellulose
  122. Photoconductivity of the TiO2+Fullerene-C60 bilayers: steady-state and time-resolved measurements
  123. Mechanism of SO2 photoionization at 193 and 308 nm in a supersonic jet
  124. Preparation of TiO2 films by CVD method and its electrical, structural and optical properties
  125. Dissipation of triadimefon on the solid/gas interface
  126. Photophysics and photochemistry of azole fungicides: triadimefon and triadimenol
  127. Optically detected EPR effect in the triplet state of the oxalylfluoride molecule excited to the J′=2 and 4 rotational levels of the 0 vibronic state
  128. Optically detected EPR effect in the ã3Autriplet state of the oxalylfluoride molecule excited to the 413, 423and 431rotational levels of the 00(Ã1Au) vibronic state
  129. Optically detected EPR effect in the a ~3 A u triplet state of the oxalylfluoride molecule excited to the 4 13 , 4 23 and 4 31 rotational levels of the 0 0 (A ~1 A u ) vibronic state
  130. Photolysis of NO2 excited below the dissociative limit
  131. S–T conversion induced by external magnetic field in gaseous oxalylfluoride excited to the 7151-level of the Ã 1Au state
  132. Magnetic fluorescence quenching of the NO β(0–9) transition
  133. Quenching of Excited State Pyrene by Halothane in Poly(oxyethylene)−Poly(oxypropylene)−Poly(oxyethylene) Triblock Copolymers
  134. Magnetic and microwave field effects for single rotational levels of the 000-band of oxalylfluoride in cooled jet conditions
  135. Time-resolved experiments on external microwave field action in gaseous oxalylfluoride excited to the 00-band of the mu1Au state
  136. Time-resolved experiments on external microwave field action in gaseous oxalylfluoride excited to the 000—band of the μ1Austate
  137. Study of S–T conversion induced by an external magnetic field in gaseous oxalylfluoride excited to the 00-level of the state
  138. On cooling of vibrationally excited benzene molecules in supersonic molecular beams
  139. Magnetic field influence on the photolysis of the gaseous systems.
  140. Magnetic field effect of the fluorescence of gaseous NO2 excited to the 2B2 and 2B1 states (Chemical Physics 207 (1996) 115–136)
  141. On the conditions needed to verify a nonstationary diffusion model by kinetic analysis of fast fluorescence quenching
  142. Magnetic field effect of the fluorescence of gaseous NO2 excited to the 2B2 and 2B1 states
  143. Decay dynamics of the triplet state of 2,6-dimethyl-4H-1-benzothiopyran-4-thione in solution
  144. Triplet state decay of some thioketones in solution
  145. LIF detection of NO3 radical after pulsed excitation of NO2 vapor at 436.45 nm
  146. Sensitized absorption and emission of monomer and dimer forms of acridine orange adsorbed onto microcrystalline cellulose
  147. Time-resolved fluorescence of NO2 in a magnetic field
  148. Deactivation of the lowest triplet state of 4-H- 1 -benzopyran-4-thione in different solvents
  149. SO2 fluorescence in cooled molecular beams under a magnetic field. The model analysis
  150. Quenching of SO2 fluorescence in a magnetic field: experimental and theoretical analysis
  151. Photochemistry of bis[3-(hydroxylamino)-3-methyl-2-butanone-oximato-(2−)-N,N']nickel in CCl4-containing solutions
  152. Laser pulse photolysis study of the reaction of the intermediate platinum(III) complex PtCl2−5 and 4-(2-p-dimethylaminophenyl ethynil)-6,6-dimethyl-3-cyano-5,6-dihydro-2(1H)-pyridone
  153. Fluorescence of SO2 in a magnetic field in cooled ultrasound molecular beams
  154. Laser flash photolysis of PtCl2−6—l-proline and PtCl2−6—l-tryptophan methanol solutions
  155. Primary photochemical processes of the PtCl62− complex in alcohols
  156. Magnetic field effect on the S and L components in sulfur dioxide fluorescence
  157. Static and dynamic quenching of phenanthrene excited triplet state by Cu (II) ions
  158. Magnetic-field effect on S and L components of sulfur dioxide fluorescence
  159. Mechanism of photochromic transformations of peri-acyloxy-9,10- and 1,4-anthraquinone derivatives
  160. Intermediates in the photoreduction of PtCl62− in methanol
  161. Pulsed laser photolysis of the PtCl62−—creatinine system in methanol
  162. Photochemistry of the PtCl62− complex in methanol solution
  163. Static luminescence quenching by oxygen and nitric oxide for phenanthrene in glassy matrices
  164. ESR, spectroscopic, and quantum-chemical studies on the electronic structures of complexes formed by Cu(I) with radicals