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REVIEW: Thirty Years of Chlorophyll Modeling

G. R. Seely

E-mail: seelygns@comcast.net

Received October 6, 2013
This paper summarizes the progress over approximately thirty-year’s work of the author in developing a model of photosynthesis involving chlorophyll on polymeric substrates that would photosensitize endergonic electron transfer. The system finally achieved might, with proper modifications, serve as a means of generating power from solar energy.
KEY WORDS: chlorophyll, polymers, photosensitization, electron transfer, hydrazines, nitro compounds, surfactants

DOI: 10.1134/S000629791403002X