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Study on electron transfer of a novel 1,8-naphthalimide probe and nucleosides by laser flash photolysis

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Laser-flash photolysis of N-(2-hydroxyethyl)-1,8-naphthalimide (NPI) has been studied upon laser excitation at 355 nm. The transient absorption spectra of 3NPI in H2O/CH3CN (1 : 1) solution and triplet-state lifetime were measured. 3NPI was identified by effective T–T energy transfer with β-carotene. The quenching of 3NPI by NPI and by triphenylamine via electron transfer (ET) led to NPI, respectively. The photo-induced ET from guanosine and deoxyguanosine to 3NPI* was found to produce NPI. The kinetics and ET mechanism involving 3 NPI were elucidated.


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