Bruce Paul Wittmershaus

    • 637 Citations
    • 14 h-Index
    1984 …2018
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    Medicine & Life Sciences

    Fluorescence
    Photosystem I Protein Complex
    Chlorophyll
    Synechocystis
    Energy Transfer
    Coloring Agents
    Polystyrenes
    Microspheres
    Photons
    Cyanobacteria
    Fluorescence Polarization
    Temperature
    Chloroplasts
    Cryptophyta
    Photosynthetic Reaction Center Complex Proteins
    Photolysis
    Chlorobium
    Phycocyanin
    Lasers
    Detergents
    Bacteriochlorophylls
    Photosystem II Protein Complex
    Oxidation-Reduction
    Chlorides
    Bacteria
    Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer
    Electrons
    Spinacia oleracea
    Anisotropy
    LDS 751
    Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate

    Chemical Compounds

    Fluorescence
    Photosystem I Protein Complex
    Solar concentrators
    Energy transfer
    Chlorophyll
    Coloring Agents
    Excitation energy
    Polystyrenes
    Microspheres
    Bacteria
    Antennas
    Streak cameras
    Photodegradation
    Photons
    Photosynthetic Reaction Center Complex Proteins
    Bacteriochlorophylls
    Spectral resolution
    Membranes
    Kinetics
    Electron energy levels
    Wavelength
    Photosystem II Protein Complex
    Semiconductor quantum dots
    Temperature
    Chlorides
    Anisotropy
    Jitter
    Scattering
    Polarization
    Free energy
    Pigments
    Quantum yield
    Quenching

    Physics & Astronomy

    Chemistry and Materials

    dyes
    polystyrene
    chlorides

    Engineering

    energy transfer
    excitation
    concentrators
    antennas
    streak cameras

    Physics

    fluorescence
    excitons
    resonance fluorescence
    luminescence

    Life Sciences

    chloroplasts
    bacteria

    General

    polyacetylene
    decay