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Self-aggregation of synthetic zinc 31-hydroxy-131-oxo-17,18-cis-chlorin in a non-polar organic solvent

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Zinc methyl 31-demethyl-17,18-cis-bacteriopheophorbide-d was prepared as a model of naturally occurring bacteriochlorophyll-d. From the absorption spectral analysis, the synthetic cis-chlorin self-aggregated in a non-polar organic solvent to give an oligomer possessing red-shifted and broadened peaks, compared to the non-aggregated form. The red-shifted values by self-aggregation were smaller than those observed in the corresponding trans-isomer, indicating that self-aggregates of the cis-isomer took on more disordered supramolecular structures than those of the trans-isomer.


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