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Marion C. Thurnauer

Senior Scientist (Emeritus)
Photosynthesis Group

Argonne National Laboratory
Chemistry Division, E125
9700 S. Cass Avenue
Argonne, Illinois 60439
Phone: 630-252-3545
Fax: 630-252-9289
E-mail: mariont@anl.gov

Education

Ph.D. Chemistry, 1974, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
M.S. Chemistry, 1969, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
B.A. with honors, Chemistry, 1968, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Professional Experience

11/91 - present - Senior Chemist, Argonne National Laboratory
9/95 - 2/03 - Division Director, Chemistry Division,
   Argonne National Laboratory
4/81 - 11/91 - Chemist, Argonne National Laboratory
3/77 - 4/81 - Assistant Chemist, Argonne National Laboratory
4/74 - 3/77 - Postdoctoral Appointee, Argonne National Laboratory,
   Chemistry Division - Supervisors: J. J. Katz and J. R. Norris,
   Research in the area of photosynthesis studying the magnetic
   properties of the excited states of the chlorophylls.
7/69 - 3/74 - Research Assistant, University of Chicago,
   Department of Chemistry, Supervisor: G. L. Closs - Thesis Title:
   Magnetic Interactions in Radical Pairs, an Electron
   Paramagnetic Resonance Study
9/68 - 6/69 - Teaching Assistant, University of Chicago,
   Department of Chemistry
Summer 1967 - NSF Undergraduate Research Participant,
   University of Chicago, Department of Chemistry
   Research with Professor E. T. Kaiser on enzyme-substrate
   complex formation.

Supervisory Positions at Argonne National Laboratory
5/93 - 12/95 - Group Leader, Photochemical Energy
   Conversion Group, Chemistry Division
11/92 - 12/94 - Women in Science Program Initiator

Research Interests

  • Photochemical energy conversion and photocatalysis in
    natural and artificial photosynthetic systems.
  • Development and application of time resolved magnetic
    resonance techniques to study photochemical charge separation.
  • Electron spin polarization as observed in photosynthetic
    and model photosynthetic systems.


Research at Argonne:

1995 - present - Application of EPR to study charge separation
in nanosized metal oxide colloids reproducing "signature" electron
spin polarization.

1990 - 1995 - Clarification of "signature" electron spin polarization
resulting from sequential electron transfer. Experimental verification
and application of sequential electron transfer spin polarization to
obtain unique structure/function information.

1990-1992 - First direct evidence that vitamin K1 acts as an early
electron acceptor in green plant photosystem I. Identification of the
photosystem I A1 acceptor with vitamin K1. Demonstration that
vitamin K1 in photosystem I is labile.

1982-1985 - Application of time resolved EPRtechniques at several
microwave frequencies demonstrating the importance of spectral
resolution in order to completely understand the transient electron
spin polarized signals observed in photosynthetic systems.

1980-1983 - Discovery of a new method (out of phase electron spin
echo) to study short lived radical-radical interactions. Applications
of these methods to study radical interactions taking place in model
systems for photosynthesis and energy conversion.

1979 - First application of time resolved pulsed epr methods to
study the primary reactions in green plant photosynthesis.

1978 - First direct absorption detection epr applied to study transient
radicals formed by pulsed laser photolysis of liquids.

1976-1978 - First application of magnetophotoselection techniques
to the chlorophyll triplet state to study structure in the bacterial
reaction center.

1974-1975 - Studies of the photoexcited triplet state of the chlorophylls
both in vitro in solid solution and in vivo in photosynthetic bacteria. This
work led to the proposal that there was at least one hitherto unknown
intermediate on the forward electron transport pathway in bacterial
photosystems.

Awards and Recognition

April 2002 - Francis P. Garvan-John M. Olin Medal Award, National
    American Chemical Society
Oct. 1997 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement
    of Science
May 1996 - YWCA Outstanding Women Leaders of DuPage
    County Award
July 1991 - Univ. of Chicago Award for Distinguished Performance
    at Argonne
May 1990 - Award of Merit of Chicago Association of Technological
    Societies
February 1990 - ANL Director's Award for Extraordinary Effort
    involved in Organizing "Science Careers in Search of Women"
   Conference
August 1989 - Argonne National Laboratory Pacesetter Award for
   Outstanding Contribution to the Organization of the Conference,
   "Science Careers in Search of Women"
May 1987 - Awarded Agnes Fay Morgan Research Award by
   Iota Sigma Pi, National Honor Society for Women in Chemistry
April 1984 - Awarded NATO Grant for International Collaborative
   Research with Prof. K. Mobius and Dr. R. Furrer, Free Universitat
   Berlin, W. Germany

Professional Activities

  • Committee of Visitors for Division of Chemistry of NSF,
    Feb. 2001
  • Editorial Board of Biophysical Journal, 2000 -
  • External Advisory Committee for COSEPUP Report: Enhancing
    the Postdoctoral Experience for Scientists and Engineers - 2000
  • Member, Users Committee for National High Magnetic Field
    Laboratory, 1999-2001
  • Council for Chemical Research, Nominating Committee, 2000
  • Member, National Research Council: Chemical Sciences
    Roundtable, 1998-2001, Vice Chair, 2000 -
  • Organization Committee Workshop on Women in the Chemical
    Workforce, 2000
  • Panel Member, 147th Meeting of Committee on Science,
    Engineering and Public Policy of the Natl. Academy of Sciences
    (COSEPUP), July 25, 1997
  • Advisory Board Member, NSF-Idaho EPSCoR Project Review,
    Moscow, Idaho, October 14-15, 1996; September 13-15, 1998
  • Co-organizer, 21st Midwest Photosynthesis Meeting, Turkey
    Run State Park, Marshall, Indiana, October 29-31, 1995
  • Member, Visiting Committee to Examine Issues Related to
    Women, Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University,
    May 24, 1995
  • Chair, Gordon Research Conference on Photosynthesis:
    Biophysical Aspects, August 7-12, 1994
  • Vice-chair, Gordon Research Conference on Photosynthesis:
    Biochemical Aspects, 1993
  • Co-organizer, BSF-ANL Joint US-Israel Workshop on
    Synchrotron Radiation and Time Domain Processes, October
    6-11, 1991
  • American Chemical Society, Women Chemists Committee,
    Jan. 1990-1993
  • Co-organizer, 16th DOE Solar Photochemistry Research
    Conference, May 31-June 4, 1992
  • Panel Member - Competitive Research Grants, U.S.D.A.,
    1989, 1995, 2000
  • Panel Member - Workshop on Research Directions for
    Energy Biosciences, Division of Energy Biosciences, Office of
    Basic Energy Sciences, DOE, December 5-6, 1988
  • Local Organizing Committee - Seventh International Conference
    on Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy,
    July 31-August 5, 1988
  • Co-Chairperson, Chautaugua Waterfall Glen Faculty Short
    Course on Photosynthesis, Argonne National Laboratory,
    March 14-16, 1988
  • Chairperson - The Second Annual Meeting of the Midwest
    Discussion Group on Radiation Chemistry and Photochemistry,
    Green Lake, Wisconsin, February 23-25, 1983
  • Chairperson - Symposium - Transient Intermediates in Biophysics,
    16th Great Lakes Regional Meeting, American Chemical
    Society, June 7-9, 1982
  • Chairperson - Symposium on EPR Spectroscopy - Society for
    Applied Spectroscopy Multidiscipline Symposium, Oct. 27-31, 1980

Educational and Related Activities

  • Speaker, ACS Women Chemists Committee, St. Louis, Section,
    St. Louis, MO, March 25, 2001, Title of talk: "Are We There Yet?"
  • COSEPUP (NAS) Postdoc External Advisory Comm., 1997, 1999-2000
  • Panelist, "Careers in Industry for Physical Scientists", University of
    Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, May 14, 1997
  • Member, Anna Louise Hoffman Award Committee, Iota Sigma Pi,
    National Honor Society for Women in Chemistry, 1997 - present
  • Panelist, "Career Opportunities in the Sciences", Women in Science Conf.
    Oklahoma EPSCoR, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, March 21, 1997
  • Workshop, Science Careers in Search of Women, Argonne National
    Laboratory, Initiator and Chairperson, 1987; Co-Chairperson, 1989
    Organizing Comm., 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995; Chairperson, 1993, 1994
  • Co-Editor of booklet "Graduate School and Beyond", 1990
  • Organizing Committee and Panel Chair - DOE Review of Laboratory
    Programs for Women, 1990
  • Speaker, Argonne Explorer's Program for high school students,
    February and October, 1991
  • Speaker, Argonne Graduate School Fair, Women in Research, Oct., 1993
  • Speaker, American Association of University Women, Schaumburg, IL
    Jr. High Science Career Day, March 12, 1994
  • Speaker, Association for Women in Science, Chicago Chapter, "ANL's
    Women in Science and Technology Program", March 15, 1995
  • Speaker, Science Share - An Alliance for Science Teachers, Notre Dame
    High School, May 3, 1995
  • Member of DOE Study Advisory Board for Center for Excellence in
    Education, 1994-1996
  • Amoco Organic Chemistry Lab Advisory Board for the Illinois
    Mathematics and Science Academy, 1988-89
  • Role Model Panels:
    • Organization of Women in Science, U. of Northern Iowa,
      April, 1994
    • Organization of Women in Science, U. of Illinois, Nov., 1992
    • U. of Illinois, Chicago, Women in Science, April, 1993
    • U. of Chicago Women in Science, May 12, 1992
    • Illinois Math and Science Academy, 1989
    • Equals Basic Workshop, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1988
  • Media Activities
    • Interview - ACS Women Chemists Newsletter, Fall/Winter 1999
      "Successful Women in Chemistry"
    • TV program "Spectrum" from Triton College discussing science
      education, 1991
    • Named one of 100 Women to Watch, "Today's Chicago Woman",
      January 1989
    • Video for upper level grammar school on Nontraditional Careers,
      1986
    • Video for ANL - ECT - Record Keeping

Committees

  • Scientific Advisory Committee - Center for Nanoscale Materials, 2000 -
  • Search Committee, Director, Intense Pulsed Neutron Source Div., 2001
  • Search Committee, Director of Biosciences Division, Argonne National
    Laboratory, 1999-2000
  • Search Committee, Director of Argonne National Laboratory,
    Chair, 1995-1996
  • Programmatic and Operations - Hires and Promotions Committee,
    Physical Research, ANL, 1993-95; Chair, 1994, 1995
  • Coordination Council for Science and Technology, 1995 - ,
    Co-chair, 1999 -
  • Environmental Safety and Health Assessment Committee, 1995 -
  • Basic Energy Sciences Synchrotron Radiation CAT Executive
    Committee, 1995 - , Chair, 1999 -
  • Search Committee, Director of Division of Educational Programs,
    Chair, July 1993 - January 1994
  • Maria Goeppert Mayer Scholar Nominating Committee (Chemistry
    Division, Argonne National Laboratory), Chairperson, 1990;
    Member 1991-1995
  • ANL Women in Science Program; Committee to Formulate Program,
    Jan. - Oct. 1990; Steering Comm., Oct. 1990 - Oct. 1992; Nov. 1994 -
  • Argonne National Laboratory Director's Special Colloquium Committee,
    May 1989 -
  • Assistant Scientist Promotion Committee, Argonne National Lab.,
    Chemistry Division; Member, April 1988 - 1991; Chair, 1992
  • Library Committee, Argonne National Laboratory, Chemistry Division,
    June 1986 - April 1988
  • ANL/HR Cultural Diversity Advisory Group, 1992
  • ANL Physical Research Senior Advisory Committee, 1991-1993
  • ANL HR Committee on Telecommuting, 1994
  • ANL Committee on Defense-Related Research, 1993 -
  • ANL Mentoring Committee, 1994

Patents

SINGLE-BUNCH SYNCHROTRON SHUTTER, J. R. Norris, J. Tang,
L. Chen and M. Thurnauer, U.S. Patent No. 5,225,788, DOE Case No.
S-71,161 (Issued July 6, 1993)

SEMICONDUCTOR ASSISTED METAL DEPOSITION FOR
NANOLITHOGRAPHY APPLICATIONS, T. Rajh, N. Meshkov,
J. M. Nedeljkovic, L. Skubal, D. Tiede, and M. Thurnauer, Invention
ANL-IN-98-038, U. S. Patent No. 6,271,130 (August 7, 2001)

Professional Organizations

American Chemical Society
Sigma Xi
Biophysical Society
Association for Women in Science, President, Chicago Chapter, 1987
Iota Sigma Pi
International EPR Society

Publications

  1. The Reaction of 4-Nitrocatechol Cyclic Sulfate with a-Chymotrypsin,
    G. Tomalin, M. Trifunac*, and E. T. Kaiser, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 91
    (3), 722-726 (1969) (*M. Thurnauer a.k.a. M. Trifunac)
  2. Chemically Induced Dynamic Electron Polarization. Pulse Radiolysis
    of Aqueous Solutions of Alcohols, A. D. Trifunac and M. C. Thurnauer,
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. 62 (12), 4889-4895 (1975)
  3. The Triplet State in Bacterial Photosynthesis; Possible Mechanisms
    of the Primary Photo-Act, M. C. Thurnauer, J. J. Katz, and J. R.
    Norris, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 72 (9), 3270-3274 (1975)
  4. Optically Detected Zero-field Magnetic Resonance Studies of the
    Photoexcited Triplet State of the Photosynthetic Bacterium
    Rhodospirillum rubrum, R. H. Clarke, R. E. Connors, J. R. Norris,
    and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 97 (24), 7178-7179 (1975)
  5. Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of the Primary Donor of
    Photosynthesis, J. R. Norris and M. C. Thurnauer, Proceedings, 3rd
    Intl. Seminar of Energy Transfer in Condensed Matter, Prague,
    Czechoslovakia, June 29-July 2, 1976
  6. Magnetophotoselection Applied to the Triplet State Observed by
    EPR in Photosynthetic Bacteria, M. C. Thurnauer and J. R. Norris,
    Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 73 (2), 501-506 (1976)
  7. Spectroscopic Characterization of the Pheophytin a Dication,
    W. Oettmeier, T. R. Janson, M. C. Thurnauer, L. L. Shipman, and
    J. J. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. 81 (4), 339-342 (1977)
  8. The Ordering of the Zero Field Triplet Spin Sublevels in the
    Chlorophylls. A Magnetophotoselection Study, M. C. Thurnauer and
    J. R. Norris, Chem. Phys. Lett. 47 (1), 100-105 (1978)
  9. 25Mg Hyperfine Coupling in the Bacteriochlorophyll Radical Cation,
    M. C. Thurnauer, M. K. Bowman, B. T. Cope, and J. R. Norris,
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. 100 (6), 1965-1966 (1978)
  10. Electron Spin Echo Envelope Modulation of Trapped Radicals in
    Disordered Systems: Nitrogen Modulation from Isotopically Substituted
    Chlorophyll a Cations, M. K. Bowman, J. R. Norris, M. C. Thurnauer,
    J. Warden, S. A. Dikanov, and Yu D. Tsvetkov, Chem. Phys. Lett.
    55 (3), 570-574 (1978)
  11. Chlorophyll Function in the Photosynthetic Reaction Center, J. J. Katz,
    J. R. Norris, L. L. Shipman, M. C. Thurnauer, and M. R. Wasielewski,
    Ann. Rev. Biophys. Bioeng. 7, 393-434 (1978)
  12. Submicrosecond Time-Resolved EPR in Laser Photolysis, A. D.
    Trifunac, M. C. Thurnauer, and J. R. Norris, Chem. Phys. Lett. 57 (3),
    471-473 (1978)
  13. Electron Spin Echo Spectroscopy and Photosynthesis, J. R. Norris,
    M. C. Thurnauer, M. K. Bowman, and A. D. Trifunac, Frontiers of
    Biological Energetics, Volume 1, Academic Press, Inc., 1978, pp.
    581-591
  14. Time-Resolved Electron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Applied to the
    Study of Photosynthesis, M. C. Thurnauer, M. K. Bowman and
    J. R. Norris, FEBS Lett. 100 (2), 309-312 (1979)
  15. Chemically Induced Magnetic Polarization Studies in Radiation
    and Photochemistry, D. J. Nelson, A. D. Trifunac, M. C. Thurnauer
    and J. R. Norris, Rev. of Chemical Intermediates, Verlag Chemie
    Intl. Inc., 1979, pp. 131-168
  16. ESR Study of the Photoexcited Triplet State in Photosynthetic
    Bacteria, M. C. Thurnauer, Reviews of Chemical Intermediates,
    Verlag Chemie Intl Inc., 1979, pp. 197-230
  17. Time-Resolved Electron Spin Resonance of Transient Radicals in
    Liquids, A. D. Trifunac and M. C. Thurnauer, Time Domain Electron
    Spin Resonance, L. Kevan and R. N. Schwartz, Eds., John Wiley &
    Sons, Inc., 1979, Chapter 4, pp. 107-152
  18. An Electron Spin Echo Phase Shift Observed in Photosynthetic
    Algae. Possible Evidence for Dynamic Radical Pair Interactions,
    M. C. Thurnauer and J. R. Norris, Chem. Phys. Lett. 76 (3), 557-561
    (1980)
  19. Electron Spin Echo Spectroscopy and the Study of Biological
    Structure and Function, J. R. Norris, M. C. Thurnauer and M. K.
    Bowman, Advances in Biological and Medical Physics, J. H. Lawrence,
    J. W. Gofman and T. L. Hayes, Eds., 17, 365-416 (1980)
  20. Nanosecond Time Resolution in EPR Transient Nutation
    Spectroscopy of Triplet States, R. Furrer and M. C. Thurnauer,
    Chem. Phys. Lett. 79, 28-33 (1981)
  21. Magnetophotoselection Studies of Rhodopseudomonas viridis
    Reaction Centers, T. L. Trosper, H. A. Frank, J. R. Norris and
    M. C. Thurnauer, Biochem. Biophys. Acta 679, 44-50 (1982)
  22. Radical Pair State in Photosystem II, A. W. Rutherford and
    M. C. Thurnauer, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 79, 7283-7287 (1982)
  23. The Effect of Ambient Redox Potential on the Transient ESR
    Signals Observed in Chloroplasts and Photosynthetic Algae,
    M. C. Thurnauer, A. W. Rutherford and J. R. Norris, Biochim.
    Biophys. Acta 682, 332-338 (1982)
  24. Time Resolved EPR Studies of the Benzophenone-Diphenyl Ketyl
    Radical System. Possible Evidence for Quartet-Doublet Intersystem
    Crossing, M. C. Thurnauer and D. Meisel, Chem. Phys. Lett. 92,
    343-347 (1982)
  25. Resolution of Signals Attributed to Photosystem I. Primary Reactants
    by Time Resolved EPR at K Band, R. Furrer and M. C. Thurnauer,
    FEBS Lett. 153, 399-403 (1983)
  26. Direct Observation of Radical-Pair Interaction and Decay in Anionic
    Micelles. A Time-Resolved Electron Spin Echo Study, M. C.
    Thurnauer and D. Meisel, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 105, 3729-3731 (1983)
  27. Electron Spin Echo Envelope Modulation of the Transient EPR
    Signals Observed in Photosynthetic Algae and Chloroplasts, M. C.
    Thurnauer and C. Clark, Photochem. Photobiol. 40, 381-386 (1984)
  28. 25Mg ENDOR and Triple Resonance in Liquid Solution of the
    Bacteriochlorophyll a Cation and Anion Radicals, F. Lendzian,
    U. H. Smith, M. C. Thurnauer, K. Mobius, M. Plato and W. Lubitz,
    Chem. Phys. Lett. 111, 583-588 (1984)
  29. Triplet Spin Dynamics of Bacteriochlorophyll-a from Transient
    EPR Lineshape Analysis, O. Gonen, A. Regev, H. Levanon, M.
    Thurnauer, J. R. Norris and G. Closs, Chem. Phys. Lett. 113,
    117-122 (1985)
  30. Q-Band (35 GHz) EPR Results on the Nature of A1 and the
    Electron Spin Polarization in PS I Particles, M. C. Thurnauer and
    P. Gast, Photobiochem. Photobiophys. 9, 29-38 (1985)
  31. The Sign of Electron Exchange in Random Radical Encounter Pairs,
    M. C. Thurnauer, T.-M. Chiu and A. D. Trifunac, Chem. Phys. Lett.
    116, 543-547 (1985)
  32. Magnetic Resonance Studies of Paramagnetic Transients in Liquids,
    A. D. Trifunac, R. G. Lawler, D. M. Bartels and M. C. Thurnauer,
    Progress in Reaction Kinetics 14 (2), 43-156 (1986)
  33. Putative Electrocyclic Reaction of Cyclobutene Radical Cation:
    1,2-Diphenyl-3,3,4,4-Tetramethylcyclobutene, Y. Kawamura,
    M. Thurnauer and G. B. Schuster, Tetrahedron 42, 6195-6200 (1986)
  34. EPR Evidence that the Photosystem I Acceptor A1 is a Quinone
    Molecule, M. C. Thurnauer, P. Gast, J. Petersen and D. Stehlik,
    Progress in Photosynthesis Research, Vol. 1, J. Biggins, Ed.,
    Dordrecht, Netherlands, Nijhoff, 1987, pp. 237-240
  35. Comparison of the Electron Spin Polarized Spectrum Found in Plant
    Photosystem I and in Iron-Free Bacterial Reaction Centers with Time
    Resolved K-Band EPR. Evidence that the PSI Acceptor A1 is a
    Quinone, J. Petersen, D. Stehlik, P. Gast and M. C. Thurnauer,
    Photosynthesis Research 14, 15-29 (1987)
  36. Spectroscopic Studies of 1,2-Diphenyl-3,3,4,4-Tetramethylcyclobutene
    and 3,4-Diphenyl-2,5-Dimethyl-2,4-Hexadiene Radical Cations and
    Their Possible Interconversion, B. E. Brauer and M. C. Thurnauer,
    Chem. Phys. Lett. 133 (3), 207-213 (1987)
  37. Experimental Evidence for the Anisotropic Nature of the Transient
    EPR Spectrum from Photosystem I Observed in Cyanobacteria,
    C. H. Bock, D. Stehlik and M. C. Thurnauer, Israel J. Chem.,
    Photosynthesis Issue 28(2-3), 177-182 (1988)
  38. Electron Spin Polarization of P+870Q- Observed in the Reaction
    Center Protein of the Photosynthetic Bacterium Rhodobacter
    sphaeroides R-26. The Effect of Selective Isotopic Substitution at
    X and Q Band Microwave Frequencies, L. L. Feezel, P. Gast, U. Smith
    and M. C. Thurnauer, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 974, 149-155 (1989)
  39. EPR Studies of the Vitamin K1 Semiquione Radical Anion. Comparison
    to the Electron Acceptor A1 in Green Plant Photosystem I,
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. W. Brown, P. Gast and L. L. Feezel, Radiation
    Phys. and Chem. 34, 647-651 (1989)
  40. Transient EPR-Spectroscopy of Photoinduced Electronic Spin States
    in Rigid Matrices, D. Stehlik, C. H. Bock and M. C. Thurnauer,
    Advanced EPR in Biology and Biochemistry, A. J. Hoff, Ed., Elsevier,
    Amsterdam, 1989, pp. 371-403
  41. Factors Affecting Electron Spin Polarization in Photosynthetic Systems,
    M. C. Thurnauer, L. L. Feezel, A. L. Morris, U. Smith and J. R. Norris,
    Current Research in Photosynthesis, Vol. 1, M. Baltscheffsky, Ed.,
    Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 1989,
    pp. 181-184
  42. A General Model of Electron Spin Polarization Arising from the
    Interactions Within Radical Pairs, J. R. Norris, A. L. Morris,
    M. C. Thurnauer and J. Tang, J. Chem. Phys. 92, 4239-4249 (1990)
  43. Contribution of Vitamin K1 to the Electron Spin Polarization in Spinach
    Photosystem I, R. R. Rustandi, S. W. Snyder, L. L. Feezel, T. J.
    Michalski, J. R. Norris, M. C. Thurnauer and J. Biggins, Biochemistry
    29, 8030-8032 (1990)
  44. An Extended Model for Electron Spin Polarization in Photosynthetic
    Bacteria, A. L. Morris, J. R. Norris and M. C. Thurnauer, Reaction
    Center of Photosynthetic Bacteria, Feldafing-II Meeting, M. E.
    Michel-Beyerle, Ed., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1990, pp.
    423-435
  45. Comparison of Electron Spin Polarization of P+870Q-a Observed in
    Zn2+-Containing and Fe2+-Deplected Bacterial Reaction Centers,
    L. L. Feezel, F. Reiss-Husson, I. Agalidis, U. H. Smith, M. C.
    Thurnauer and J. R. Norris, Appl. Mag. Res. 1, 255-265 (1990)
  46. The Chlorophyll Triplet State as a Probe of Structure and Function
    in Photosynthesis, D. E. Budil and M. C. Thurnauer, Biochim. Biophys.
    Acta, Bioenergetics Rev. 1057, 1-41 (1991)
  47. Direct Assignment of Vitamin K1 as the Secondary Acceptor A1 in
    Photosystem I, S. W. Snyder, R. R. Rustandi, J. Biggins, J. R. Norris
    and M. C. Thurnauer, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA 88, 9895-9896
    (1991)
  48. Transient EPR of Light-Induced Radical Pairs in Plant Photosystem I:
    Observation of Quantum Beats, G. Kothe, S. Weber, R. Bittl, E.
    Ohmes, M. C. Thurnauer and J. R. Norris, Chem. Phys. Lett. 186,
    474-480 (1991)
  49. Photosynthetic Electron Transfer Reactions in the Green Sulfur
    Bacterium Chlorobium vibrioforme: Evidence for the Functional
    Involvement of Iron-Sulfur Redox Centers on the Acceptor Side of the
    Reaction Center, M. T. Miller, X. Liu, S. W. Snyder, M. C. Thurnauer,
    and J. Biggins, Biochemistry 31, 4354-4363 (1992)
  50. A Shutter Design for Time Domain Studies Using Synchrotron
    Radiation at the Advanced Photon Source, J. R. Norris, M. K.
    Bowman, L. Chen, J. Tang, M. C. Thurnauer, G. S. Knapp and
    P. A. Montano, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 63, 1172-1175 (1992)
  51. Reconstitution and Exchange of Quinones in the A1 Site of
    Photosystem I. An Electron Spin Polarization Electron Paramagnetic
    Resonance Study, R. R. Rustandi, S. W. Snyder, J. Biggins,
    J. R. Norris and M. C. Thurnauer, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1101,
    311-320 (1992)
  52. Characterization of Free Radicals from Vitamin K1 and Menadione
    by 2 mm-Band EPR, ENDOR and ESEEM, M. K. Bowman,
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. R. Norris, S. A. Dikanov, V. I. Gulin,
    A. M. Tyryshkin, R. I. Samoilova and Yu. D. Tsvetkov, Appl.
    Magn. Res. 3, 353-368 (1992)
  53. Molecular Structure of Nickelcyclopentadienylnitrosyl in Condensed
    Phases Studied by EXAFS, L. X. Chen, M. K. Bowman, M. C.
    Thurnauer, F. W. Lytle and J. R. Norris, Chem. Phys. Lett. 200,
    290-296 (1992)
  54. Study of Reaction Center Function by Analysis of the Effects of
    Site-Specific and Compensatory Mutations, M. Schiffer, C.-K. Chan,
    C-H. Chang, T. J. DiMagno, G. R. Fleming, S. Nance, J. Norris,
    S. Snyder, M. Thurnauer, D. M. Tiede and D. K. Hanson, The
    Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Center II: Structure, Spectroscopy,
    and Dynamics, J. Breton and A. Vermeglio, Eds., Plenum Press,
    London, NATO ASI Series, 1992, pp. 351-361
  55. Electron Spin Polarization in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers,
    S. W. Snyder and M. C. Thurnauer, The Photosynthetic Reaction
    Center, J. Deisenhofer and J. R. Norris, Eds., Vol. II, Chapter 11,
    Academic Press, 1993, pp. 285-330
  56. Electron Spin Polarization in Sequential Electron Transfer. An
    Example from Iron-Containing Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction
    Center Proteins, S. W. Snyder, A. L. Morris, S. Bondeson, J. R.
    Norris and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 115, 3774-3775
    (1993)
  57. Trapped Holes on TiO2 Colloids Studied by Electron Paramagnetic
    Resonance, O. L. Micic, Y. Zhang, K. R. Cromack, A. D. Trifunac
    and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. 97, 7277-7283 (1993)
  58. Measurement of the g-Tensor of the P700+. Signal from Deuterated
    Cyanobacterial PS-I Particles, T. F. Prisner, A. E. McDermott,
    S. Un, J. R. Norris, M. C. Thurnauer and R. G. Griffin, Proc. Natl.
    Acad. Sci., USA 90, 9485-9488 (1993)
  59. Photoinduced Hole Transfer from TiO2 to Methanol Molecules in
    Aqueous Solution by Electron Paramangetic Resonance, O. I. Micic,
    Y. Zhang, K. R. Cromack, A. D. Trifunac and M. C. Thurnauer, J.
    Phys. Chem. 97, 13284-13288 (1993)
  60. Transient EPR of Light-Induced Spin-Correlated Radical Pairs:
    Manifestation of Zero Quantum Coherence, G. Kothe, S. Weber,
    E. Ohmes, M. C. Thurnauer and J. R. Norris, J. Phys. Chem. 98,
    2706-2712 (1994)
  61. Electron Spin Echo Modulation Due to Exchange and Dipolar
    Interactions in a Spin-Correlated Radical Pair, J. Tang, J. R. Norris
    and M. C. Thurnauer, Chem. Phys. Letters 219, 283-290 (1994)
  62. Very High Frequency EPR - 94 GHz Instrument and Applications
    to Primary Reaction Centers from Photosynthetic Red Bacteria and
    to Other Disordered Systems, W. Wang, R. L. Belford, R. B. Clarkson,
    P. H. Davis, J. Forrer, M. J. Nilges, M. D. Timken, T. Walczak,
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. R. Norris. A. L. Morris and Y. Zhang, Appl.
    Magn. Res. 6, 195-215 (1994)
  63. High Time Resolution Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Light-
    Induced Radical Pairs in Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Centers:
    Observation of Quantum Beats, G. Kothe, S. Weber, E. Ohmes,
    M. C. Thurnauer and J. R. Norris, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 116, 7729-7734
    (1994)
  64. An Electron Spin Polarization Model Applied to Sequential Electron
    Transfer in Iron-Containing Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Centers
    with Different Quinones as QA, A. L. Morris, S. W. Snyder,
    Y. Zhang, J. Tang, P. L. Dutton, D. E. Robertson, M. R. Gunner, and
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. 99, 3854-3866 (1995)
  65. Abnormal Electron Spin Echo and Multiple-Quantum Coherence
    in a Spin-Correlated Radical Pair System, J. Tang, M. C. Thurnauer
    and J. R. Norris, Appl. Magn. Reson. 9, 23-31 (1995)
  66. Light-Generated Nuclear Quantum Beats: A Signature of
    Photosynthesis, S. Weber, E. Ohmes, M. C. Thurnauer, J. R. Norris
    and G. Kothe, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 92, 7789-7793 (1995)
  67. Quinone Exchange at the A1 Site in Photosystem I [PSI],
    A. Barkoff, N. Brunkan, S. W. Snyder, A. Ostafin, M. Werst,
    J. Biggins and M. C. Thurnauer, Photosynthesis: From Light to
    Biosphere, Vol. II, P. Mathis, Ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers,
    Dordrecht, 1995, 115-118
  68. Surface Modification of Small Particle TiO2 Colloids with
    Cysteine for Enhanced Photochemical Reduction: An EPR Study,
    T. Rajh, A. E. Ostafin, O. I. Micic, D. M. Tiede and M. C. Thurnauer,
    J. Phys. Chem. 100, 4538-4545 (1996)
  69. Effects of Sequential Electron Transfer on Electron Spin Polarized
    Transient EPR Spectra at High Fields, J. Tang, S. Bondeson and
    M. C. Thurnauer, Chem. Phys. Lett. 253, 293-298 (1996)
  70. Surface Modification of TiO2 Nanoparticles with Bidentate
    Ligands Studied by EPR Spectroscopy, T. Rajh, D. M. Tiede and
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. of Non-Crystalline Solids 207, 815-820 (1996)
  71. Quantum Beats as Probes of the Primary Events in Bacterial
    Photosynthesis, S. Weber, E. Ohmes, M. C. Thurnauer, J. R. Norris
    and G. Kothe, The Reaction Centers of Photosynthetic Bacteria
    Structure and Dynamics, M.-E. Michel-Beyerle, Ed., Springer,
    Berlin, 1996, pp. 341-351
  72. Nuclear Coherences in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers
    Following Light Excitation, S. Weber, T. Berthold, E. Ohmes,
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. R. Norris and G. Kothe, Appl. Magnetic
    Resonance 11, 461-469 (1996)
  73. Conversion of Holes into Reducing Species on Surface Modified
    Small-Particle TiO2, O. I. Micic, A. E. Ostafin, T. Rajh, J. J. Sabelko,
    M. C. Thurnauer, D. M. Tiede and Y. Zhang, Chemical Oxidation,
    W. W. Eckenfelder, A. R. Bowers, J. A. Roth, Eds., Vol. 5, Technomic
    Publishing Co., Lancaster, PA, 1997, pp. 303-313
  74. Surface Modification of TiO2: Correlation Between Structure,
    Charge Separation, and Reduction Properties, M. C. Thurnauer, T. Rajh
    and D. M. Tiede, Acta Chemica Scandinavica 51, 610-618 (1997)
  75. Anomalous Pulse-angle and Phase Dependence of Hahn's Electron
    Spin Echo and Multiple-Quantum Echoes in a Photoinduced Spin-
    Correlated Radical Pair, J. Tang, M. C. Thurnauer, A. Kubo, H. Hara
    and A. Kawamori, J. Chem. Phys. 106, 7471-7478 (1997)
  76. Molecular Structure Determination for Photogenerated Intermediates
    in Photoinduced Electron Transfer Reactions Using Steady-State and
    Transient XAFS, L. X. Chen, M. R. Wasielewski, T. Rajh, P. L. Lee,
    M. C. Thurnauer and P. Montano, J. Phys. IV France 7, C2-569-C2-572
    (1997)
  77. Influence of Iron-Removal Procedures on Sequential Electron
    Transfer in Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Centers Studied by
    Transient EPR Spectroscopy, L. M. Utschig, S. R. Greenfield,
    J. Tang, P. D. Laible and M. C. Thurnauer, Biochemistry 36,
    8548-8558 (1997)
  78. Spectroscopic Characterization of Quinone-Site Mutants of the
    Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Center, P. D. Laible, Y. Zhang,
    A. L. Morris, S. W. Snyder, C. Ainsworth, S. R. Greenfield,
    M. R. Wasielewski, P. Parot, B. Schoepp, M. Schiffer,
    D. K. Hanson and M. C. Thurnauer, Photosynthesis Research 52,
    93-103 (1997)
  79. XAFS Studies of Surface Structures of TiO2 Nano-Particles and
    Photocatalytic Reduction of Metal Ions, L. X. Chen, T. Rajh,
    Z. Wang and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B 101, 10688-10697
    (1997)
  80. Photocatalytic Reduction of Heavy Metal Ions on Derivatized
    Titanium Dioxide Nano-Particle Surface Studied by XAFS,
    L. X. Chen, T. Rajh, O. Micic, Z. Wang, D. M. Tiede and
    M. C. Thurnauer, Nucl. Instruments and Methods in Phys. Research
    B 133, 8-14 (1997)
  81. A New Metal-Binding Site in Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction
    Centers that Modulates QA to QB Electron Transfer, L. M. Utschig,
    Y. Ohigashi, M. C. Thurnauer and D. M. Tiede, Biochemistry 37,
    8278-8281 (1998)
  82. Protein Modifications Affecting Triplet Energy Transfer in Bacterial
    Photosynthetic Reaction Centers, P. D. Laible, V. Chynwat,
    M. C. Thurnauer, M. Schiffer, D. K. Hanson and H. A. Frank,
    Biophysical J. 74, 2623-2637 (1998)
  83. Photoreduction of Copper on TiO2 Nanoparticles Modified with
    Polydentate Ligands, T. Rajh, J. Nedeljkovic, L. X. Chen,
    D. M. Tiede and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Adv. Oxid. Techn. 3, 292-298
    (1998)
  84. Structural Characterization of Self Organized TiO2 Nanoclusters
    Studied by Small Angle Neutron Scattering, T. Rajh, M. C.
    Thurnauer, P. Thiyagarajan and D. M. Tiede, J. Phys. Chem. B
    103, 2172-2177 (1999)
  85. X-Ray Absorption Reveals Surface Structure of Titanium Dioxide
    Nanoparticles, L. X. Chen, T. Rajh, W. Jager, J. Nedeljkovic
    and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Synchro. Rad. 6, 445-447 (1999)
  86. Improving Optical and Charge Separation Properties of
    Nanocrystalline TiO2 by Surface Modification with Vitamin C,
    T. Rajh, J. Nedeljkovic, L. X. Chen, O. Poluektov and
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 3515-3519 (1999)
  87. Transient W-Band EPR Study of Sequential Electron Transfer in
    Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Centers, J. Tang, L. M. Utschig,
    O. Poluektov and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B 103,
    5145-5150 (1999)
  88. Obituary - Therese Marie Cotton-Uphaus, (1939-1998),
    M. Seibert and M. Thurnauer, Photosyn. Res., 61, 193 (1999)
  89. Magnetic Field Induced Orientation of Photosynthetic Reaction
    Centers as Revealed by Time-Resolved W-Band EPR OF Spin-
    Correlated Radical Pairs, T. Berthold, M. Bechtold, U. Heinen,
    G. Link, O. Poluektov, L. Utschig, J. Tang, M. C. Thurnauer
    and G. Kothe, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 10733-10736 (1999)
  90. The Protein's Role in Triplet Energy Transfer in Bacterial Reaction
    Centers, P. D. Laible, D. K. Hanson, M. C. Thurnauer and
    M. Schiffer, Photosynthesis: Mechanisms and Effects, Ed., G. Garab,
    Vol. II, Section 4 (Reaction Centers. II. Purple Bacteria and
    Photosystem II), Kluwer Acad. Publ, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 1999
  91. EPR Investigation of Cu2+-Substituted Photosynthetic Bacterial
    Reaction Centers: Evidence for Histidine Ligation at the Surface
    Metal Site, L. M. Utschig, O. Poluektov, D. M. Tiede and
    M. C. Thurnauer, Biochemistry, 39, 2961-2969 (2000)
  92. The G-Factor Anisotropy of Plant Chlorophyll a+., P. J. Bratt,
    O. Poluektov, M. Thurnauer, J. Knzystek, L-C. Brunel,
    J. Schrier Y-W. Hsiao, M. Zerner and A. Angerhofer, J. Phys.
    Chem., 104, 6973-6977 (2000)
  93. Surface Modification of TiO2 Nanoparticles for Photochemical
    Reduction of Nitrobenzene, O. V. Makarova, T. Rajh, M. C.
    Thurnauer A. Martin, P. A. Kemme and D. Cropek, Environ.
    Sci. Technol., 34, 4797-4803 (2000)
  94. High-Field EPR Study of Carotenoid and Chlorophyll Cation
    Radicals in Photosystem II, K. V. Lakshmi, M. J. Reifler,
    G. W. Brudvig, O. G. Poluektov, A. M. Wagner and
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem., 104, 10445-10448 (2000)
  95. Principles of Semiconductor Assisted Photocatalysis for Waste
    Remediation, M. C. Thurnauer, T. Rajh and N. M. Dimitrijevic,
    Invited article, "Electron Transfer in Chemistry", Ed., V. Balzani,
    Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, Vol. 5, Part 3, 2001, pp.
    695-718
  96. Structure of the P+700A-1 Radical Pair Intermediate in
    Photosystem I by High Time Resolution Multifrequency Electron
    Paramagnetic Resonance - Analysis of Quantum Beat Oscillations,
    G. Link, T. Berthold, M. Bechtold, J.-U. Weidner, E. Ohmes,
    J. Tang, O. Poluektov, L. Utschig, S. Schlesselman, M. C. Thurnauer
    and G. Kothe, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 123, 4211-4222 (2001)
  97. Cu2+ Site in Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Centers from
    Rb. sphaeroides, Rb. capsulatus, and Rps. viridis, L. M. Utschig,
    O. Poluektov, S. L. Schlesselman, M. C. Thurnauer and
    D. M. Tiede, Biochem., 40, 6132-6141 (2001)
  98. Spin Polarization Mechanisms in Early Stages of Photoinduced
    Charge Separation in Surface-Modified TiO2 Nanoparticles,
    T. Rajh, O. Poluektov, A. A. Dubinski, G. Wiederrecht,
    M. C. Thurnauer, and A. D. Trifunac, Chem. Phys. Lett., 344,
    31-39 (2001)
  99. High-Frequency Approach to the Electron Spin-Polarization
    Effects Observed in the Photosynthetic Reaction Centers,
    O. G. Poluektov, L. M. Utschig, J. Tang, A. A. Dubinski,
    S. Schlesselman, and M. C. Thurnauer, Appl. Magn. Reson.,
    21, 311-323 (2001)
  100. Exploring the Structure of Radical Pair Intermediates by Quantum
    Beat Oscillations and High-Field EPR, G. Link, O. Poluektov,
    M. C. Thurnauer and G. Kothe, RIKEN Review No. 44, 2001
  101. The G-Factor Anisotropy of Bacteriochlorophyll a•-, O. Poluektov,
    M. Thurnauer, L.-C., Brunel, S. Zvyagin, C. Boyce, L. Walker, and
    A. Angerhofer NHMFL 2000 Annual Research Review, p. 42,
    2001 (Published on website
    www.nhmfl.gov/publications/2000annualreview/pdfs/NHMFL2000AR-Biology.pdf)
  102. Analytical Treatment of EPR Spectra of Weakly Coupled Spin
    Correlated Radical Pairs in Disordered Solids: Applications to the
    Charge Separated State in TiO2 Nanoparticles, A. A. Dubinski,
    G. D. Perekhotsev, O. G. Poluektov, T. Rajh, and M. C. Thurnauer,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 106 (5), 938-944 (2002)
  103. Cadmium Removal from Water using Thiolactic Acid-Modified
    Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles, L. R. Skubal, N. K. Meshkov,
    T. Rajh and M. Thurnauer, J. Photochem. Photobiol. A, 148 (1-3),
    393-397 (2002)
  104. Electronic Structure of the P700 Special Pair from High-Frequency
    Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, O. G. Poluektov,
    L. M. Utschig, S. L. Schlesselman, K. V. Lakshmi, G. W. Brudvig,
    G. Kothe, and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B, 106 (35),
    8911-8916 (2002)
  105. Surface Restructuring of Nanoparticles: An Efficient Route for
    Ligand-Metal Oxide Crosstalk, T. Rajh, L. X. Chen, K. Lukas,
    T. Liu, M. C. Thurnauer, and D. M. Tiede, J. Phys. Chem. B,
    106 (41), 10543-10552 (2002)
  106. Electron and Hole Adducts Formed in Illuminated InP Colloidal
    Quantum Dots Studied by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
    O. I. Micic, A. J. Nozi, E. Lifshitz, T. Rajh, O. G. Poluektov, and
    M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B. 106 (17), 4390-4395 (2002)
  107. Fe2O3 Nanoparticle Structures Investigated by X-Ray
    Absorption Near-Edge Structure, Surface Modifications, and
    Model Calculations, L. X. Chen, T. Liu, M. C. Thurnauer,
    R. Csencsits, and T. Rajh, J. Phys. Chem. B. 106 (34),
    8539-8546 (2002)
  108. Surface Modification of TiO2: A Route for Efficient Semiconductor
    Assisted Photocatalysis, T. Rajh, O. V. Makarova, M. C. Thurnauer,
    and D. Cropek, Synthesis, Functionalization and Surface
    Treatment of Nanoparticles
    , Chapter 9, 2003, Ed., M.-I. Baraton,
    American Scientific Publishers, CA, pp. 147-171
  109. Biology of TiO2-Oligonucleotide Nanocomposites, T. Paunesku,
    T. Rajh, G. Wiederrecht, J. Maser, S. Vogt, N. Stojicevic, M. Protic,
    B. Lai, J. Oryhon, M. Thurnauer, and G. Woloschak, Nature
    Materials 2, 343-346 (2003)
  110. Pulsed High-Frequency EPR Study on the Location of Carotenoid
    and Chlorophyll Cation Radicals in Photosystem II, K. V. Lakshmi,
    O. G. Poluektov, M. J. Reifler, A. M. Wagner, M. C. Thurnauer,
    and G. W. Brudvig, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 125 (17), 5005-5014 (2003)
  111. Explaining the Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity of Degussa P25
    Mixed-Phase TiO2 Using EPR, D. C. Hurum, A. G. Agrios,
    K. A. Gray, T. Rajh, and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B 107
    (19), 4545-4549 (2003)
  112. Probing Local Dynamics of the Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction
    Center with a Cysteine Specific Spin Label, O. G. Poluektov,
    L. M. Utschig, S. Dalosto, and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B
    107 (25), 6239-6244 (2003)
  113. Inter- and Intraspecific Variation in Excited-State Triplet Energy
    Transfer Rates in Reaction Centers of Photosynthetic Bacteria,
    P. D. Laible, Z. S. Morris, M. C. Thurnauer, M. Schiffer, and
    D. K. Hanson, Photochem. Photobiol. 78 (2), 114-123 (2003)
  114. Revealing the Nature of Trapping Sites in Nanocrystalline Titanium
    Dioxide by Selective Surface Modification, N. M. Dimitrijevic,
    Z. V. Saponjic, D. M. Bartels, M. C. Thurnauer, D. M. Tiede, and
    T. Rajh, J. Phys. Chem. B 107 (30), 7368-7375 (2003)
  115. Charge Separation in Titanium Oxide Nanocrystalline Semiconductors
    Revealed by Magnetic Resonance, T. Rajh, O. G. Poluektov, and
    M. C. Thurnauer, Chemical Physics of Nanostructured
    Semiconductors
    , Chapter 1, 2003, Ed., A. I. Kokorin, NOVA
    Science Publ., Inc., New York
  116. Computational Studies of Catechol and Water Interactions with
    Titanium Oxide Nanoparticles, P. C. Redfern, P. Zapol, L. A. Curtiss,
    T. Rajh, and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B 107, 11419-11427
    (2003)
  117. ENDOR of Spin-Correlated Radical Pairs in Photosynthesis at
    High Magnetic Field: A Tool for Mapping Electron Transfer Pathways,
    O. G. Poluektov, L. M. Utschig, A. A. Dubinskij, and M. C. Thurnauer
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. Comm. 126 (6), 1644-1645 (2004)
  118. Photoinitiated Charge Separation: From Photosynthesis to
    Nanoparticles, M. C. Thurnauer, N. M. Dimitrijevic, O. G. Poluektov,
    and T. Rajh, The Spectrum 17 (1), 10-15 (2004)
  119. Charge Transfer Across the Nanocrystalline-DNA Interface:
    Probing DNA Recognition, T. Rajh, Z. Saponjic, J. Liu,
    N. M. Dimitrijevic, N. F. Scherer, M. Vega-Arroyo, P. Zapol,
    L. A. Curtiss, and M. C. Thurnauer, Nano Letters 4 (6), 1017-1023
    (2004)
  120. Magnetic Field Induced Orientation of Photosynthetic Reaction
    Centers as Revealed by Time-Resolved D-Band EPR of Spin-
    Correlated Radical Pairs. II. Field Dependence of the Alignment,
    U. Heinen, O. Poluektov, E. Stavitski, T. Berthold, E. Ohmes,
    S. L. Schlesselman, J. R. Golecki, G. J. Moro, H. Levanon,
    M. C. Thurnauer, and G. Kothe, J. Phys. Chem. B 108 (27),
    9498-9504 (2004)
  121. Pulsed EPR/ENDOR Characterization of the Cu2+ Surface Site in
    Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Centers, L. M. Utschig,
    A. V. Astashkin, A. M. Raitsimring, M. C. Thurnauer, and
    O. G. Poleuktov, J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 11150-11156 (2004)
  122. Magnetic-Field-Induced Orientation of Photosynthetic Reaction
    Centers as Revealed by Time-Resolved W-Band EPR of Spin-
    Correlated Radical Pairs: Development of a Molecular Model,
    U. Heinen, J. R. Goleski, O. Poluektov, T. Berthold, S. L. Schlesselman,
    D. Frezzato, E. Ohmes, G. J. Moro, M. C. Thurnauer, and G. Kothe,
    Appl. Magn. Reson. 26 (1-2), 99-115 (2004)
  123. Metal Ion Modulated Electron Transfer in Photosynthetic Proteins,
    L. M. Utschig and M. C. Thurnauer, Acc. Chem. Res. 37, 439-447
    (2004)
  124. Photoinitiated Reactions of 2,4,6 TCP on Degussa P25 Formulation
    TiO2: Wavelength-Sensitive Decomposition, D. C. Hurum, K. A. Gray,
    T. Rajh, and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B 108 (42),
    16483-16487 (2004)
  125. Recombination Pathways in the Degussa P25 Formulation of TiO2:
    Surface versus Lattice Mechanisms, D. C. Hurum, K. A. Gray,
    T. Rajh, and M. C. Thurnauer, J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 977-980 (2004)
  126. Electron Transfer Pathways and Protein Response to Charge
    Separation in Photosynthetic Reaction Centers: Time-Resolved
    High-Field ENDOR of the Spin-Correlated Radical Pair P865+QA-,
    O. G. Poluektov, L. M. Utschig, A. A. Dubinskij, and M. C. Thurnauer,
    J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127 (11), 4049-4059 (2005)


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