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This optical absorption measurement of 5,10-Diaryl Mg-oxochlorin were made by M. Taniguchi on 10-02-2004 using a HP 8453. The absorption values were collected using a spectral bandwidth of 1.0 nm.
These measurements were scaled to make the molar extinction coefficient match the value of 191,000cm-1/M at 425.0nm (Taniguchi, 2002).
The fluorescence emission spectrum of 5,10-Diaryl Mg-oxochlorin dissolved in toluene. The quantum yield of this molecule is 0.1 (Taniguchi, 2002). This spectrum was collected by on 10-02-2004 using a PTI 814.
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