His primary areas of investigation include Excited state, Photochemistry, Ultrafast laser spectroscopy, Peridinin and Carotenoid. His Excited state study incorporates themes from Spectroscopy, Astrophysics and Ground state. His Ground state research includes themes of Fucoxanthin and Singlet state.
Tomáš Polívka performs integrative Photochemistry and Conjugated system research in his work. Tomáš Polívka combines subjects such as Electrode, Absorption spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry, Solar cell and Intramolecular force with his study of Ultrafast laser spectroscopy. His Peridinin study which covers Chlorophyll that intersects with Amphidinium carterae, Photoprotection, Chlorophyll a and Photosynthesis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Photochemistry, Excited state, Ultrafast laser spectroscopy, Carotenoid and Spectroscopy. His work deals with themes such as Peridinin, Intramolecular force, Chlorophyll and Absorption spectroscopy, which intersect with Photochemistry. His research investigates the connection between Excited state and topics such as Relaxation that intersect with issues in Molecular physics.
He has researched Ultrafast laser spectroscopy in several fields, including Triplet state, Molecule, Spectral line, Bacteriochlorophyll and Fucoxanthin. In the field of Carotenoid, his study on Zeaxanthin and Xanthophyll overlaps with subjects such as Orange carotenoid protein and Energy transfer. He studied Spectroscopy and Absorption that intersect with Analytical chemistry.
Tomáš Polívka focuses on Photochemistry, Excited state, Ultrafast laser spectroscopy, Spectroscopy and Carotenoid. His Photochemistry research includes elements of Non-photochemical quenching, Photosynthesis, Chlorophyll, Violaxanthin and Fucoxanthin. His Excited state study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Molecule, Excitation, Chemical physics and Absorption spectroscopy.
Tomáš Polívka applies his multidisciplinary studies on Ultrafast laser spectroscopy and Conjugated system in his research. As part of the same scientific family, Tomáš Polívka usually focuses on Spectroscopy, concentrating on Polyene and intersecting with Psittacofulvin. His work on Zeaxanthin is typically connected to Energy transfer as part of general Carotenoid study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Tomáš Polívka spends much of his time researching Photochemistry, Spectroscopy, Quenching, Chlorophyll and Carotenoid. His work carried out in the field of Photochemistry brings together such families of science as Non-photochemical quenching, Excited state and Violaxanthin. His Excited state research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computational chemistry, Relaxation and Work.
His Spectroscopy study deals with Absorption spectroscopy intersecting with Absorption band, Purple bacteria, Infrared spectroscopy and Bacteriochlorophyll. Tomáš Polívka has included themes like Photosynthesis and Ultrafast laser spectroscopy in his Chlorophyll study. His research integrates issues of Photoprotection and Stereochemistry in his study of Carotenoid.
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Ultrafast dynamics of carotenoid excited States-from solution to natural and artificial systems.
Tomas Polivka;Villy Sundström.
Chemical Reviews (2004)
Modified phthalocyanines for efficient near-IR sensitization of nanostructured TiO(2) electrode.
Jianjun He;Gábor Benkö;Ferenc Korodi;Tomás Polívka.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Biomimetic and microbial approaches to solar fuel generation.
Ann Magnuson;Magnus Anderlund;Olof Johansson;Peter Lindblad.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2009)
Molecular factors controlling photosynthetic light harvesting by carotenoids.
Tomáš Polívka;Harry A. Frank.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2010)
Direct observation of the (forbidden) S1 state in carotenoids.
Tomáš Polívka;Jennifer L. Herek;Donatas Zigmantas;Hans-Erik Åkerlund.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1999)
Dark excited states of carotenoids: Consensus and controversy
Tomáš Polívka;Tomáš Polívka;Tomáš Polívka;Villy Sundström;Villy Sundström;Villy Sundström.
Chemical Physics Letters (2009)
Effect of a conjugated carbonyl group on the photophysical properties of carotenoids
Donatas Zigmantas;Roger G. Hiller;Frank P. Sharples;Harry A. Frank.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2004)
Carotenoid to chlorophyll energy transfer in the peridinin–chlorophyll-a–protein complex involves an intramolecular charge transfer state
Donatas Zigmantas;Roger G. Hiller;Villy Sundström;Tomáš Polívka.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Dynamics of vibrational relaxation in the S-1 state of carotenoids having 11 conjugated C=C bonds
Helena Hörvin Billsten;Donatas Zigmantas;Villy Sundström;Tomáš Polı́vka.
Chemical Physics Letters (2002)
Spectroscopic and Dynamic Properties of the Peridinin Lowest Singlet Excited States
Donatas Zigmantas;Tomáš Polívka;Roger G. Hiller;and Arkady Yartsev.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2001)
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