Wolfgang Lubitz

Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
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Sinnecker S, Lubitz W. (2017) Probing the Electronic Structure of Bacteriochlorophyll Radical Ions-A Theoretical Study of the Effect of Substituents on Hyperfine Parameters. Photochemistry and Photobiology. 93: 755-761
Baumgarten M, Winscom CJ, Lubitz W. (2001) Probing the surrounding of a cobalt(II) porphyrin and its superoxo complex by EPR techniques Applied Magnetic Resonance. 20: 35-70
Kaess H, Rautter J, Zweygart W, et al. (1994) EPR, ENDOR, and TRIPLE resonance studies of modified bacteriochlorophyll cation radicals The Journal of Physical Chemistry. 98: 354-363
Krebber AML, Sutcliffe LH, Lubitz W, et al. (1989) Structural effects on ESR hyperfine coupling constants of some dithiazolidinyl free radicals Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry. 27: 288-294
Baumgarten M, Lubitz W, Winscom C. (1987) EPR and endor studies of cobaloxime(II) Chemical Physics Letters. 133: 102-108
Huber M, Lendzian F, Lubitz W, et al. (1986) Endor and triple resonance in solutions of the chlorophyll a and bis(chlorophyll)cyclophane radical cations Chemical Physics Letters. 132: 467-473
Lubitz W, Lendzian F, Scheer H, et al. (1984) Structural studies of the primary donor cation radical P(870) in reaction centers of Rhodospirillum rubrum by electron-nuclear double resonance in solution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 81: 1401-5
Lubitz W, Isaacson RA, Abresch EC, et al. (1984) 15N electron nuclear double resonance of the primary donor cation radical P865 + in reaction centers of Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides: Additional evidence for the dimer model Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 81: 7792-7796
Smith IM, Sutcliffe LH, Wiesner S, et al. (1984) Magnetic resonance studies of cation radicals from chromans. Part 2. - Nuclear magnetic resonance, electron spin resonance, ENDOR and TRIPLE spectroscopy of some tricyclic chromans Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry in Condensed Phases. 80: 3021-3036
Kurreck H, Bock M, Bretz N, et al. (1984) Fluid solution and solid-state electron nuclear double resonance studies of flavin model compounds and flavoenzymes Journal of the American Chemical Society. 106: 737-746
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