Skip to main content

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Navigation Navigation

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Visit us on:

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Our paper in Angewandte Chemie International Edition is accepted and available as Open Access! (IF=15.336)

„Recognition of the true and false resonance Raman optical activity”

We are happy to inform that Prof. Małgorzata Barańska and Prof. Dorota Gryko published an article entitled:

„Recognition of the true and false resonance Raman optical activity” in Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Prof. Baranska, Prof. Gryko and authors demonstrate that reliable recording of RROA of chiral colorful compounds is possible, but only after considering the effect of the electronic circular dichroism (ECD) on the ROA spectra induced by the dissolved chiral compound. We show RROA for a number of model vitamin B 12 derivatives that are chemically similar but exhibit distinctively different spectroscopic behavior. The ECD/ROA effect is proportional to the concentration and dependent on the optical pathlength of the light propagating through the sample. It can severely alter relative band intensities and signs in the natural RROA spectra. The spectra analyses are supported by computational modeling based on density functional theory. Neglecting the ECD effect during ROA measurement can lead to misinterpretation of the recorded spectra and erroneous conclusions about the molecular structure.

Link to the article

Congratulations!

 

Recommended
Project OPUS (NCN) for Kamilla - congatulations!
Project OPUS (NCN) for Kamilla - congatulations!
Idi Nuhu, PhD student from Kenya under the mentorship of Kamilla - welcome in our group!
Idi Nuhu, PhD student from Kenya under the mentorship of Kamilla - welcome in our group!
Ania gave a presentation during the RSC seminar
Ania gave a presentation during the RSC seminar
Ewelina, Ania, and Ada participated in advanced chemometrics training in France
Ewelina, Ania, and Ada participated in advanced chemometrics training in France