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Catching Sunlight: Lessons from Photosynthesis

By Sergei Savikhin

Department of Physics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

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We will discuss the physics of early processes in photosynthesis revealed by ultrafast laser spectroscopy.

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  • Sergei Savikhin (2013), "Catching Sunlight: Lessons from Photosynthesis,"

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