Direct Measurement of the Visible to UV Photodissociation Processes for the PhotoCORM TryptoCORM
2019-12-23T19:34:24Z (GMT) by
We apply laser photodissociation spectroscopy in the gas phase to TryptoCORM, a known photoCORM that has been shown to destroy Escherichia coli upon visible-light activation. Our experiments allow us to fully map TryptoCORM’s photochemistry across a wide wavelength range by using novel laser-interfaced mass spectrometry (LIMS). We complement these measurements with Cryogenic Ion Vibrational Spectroscopy (CIVS), to structurally characterise gaseous TryptoCORM.
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