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In fact, the great sensitivity of the kinetics with respect to modifications of the system will be illustrated in Sect. 3 by many examples showing that simple conformational changes are sufficient to induce substantial rate variations in systems whose chemical composition is otherwise constant. The preceding considerations suggest that the results given by this method should be interpreted with caution. We first briefly examine how it was implemented in model systems. Closs and co-workers have studied the rate variations, within a series of organic molecules mentioned in Sect.

171-174]: i) two-step sequential transfer: k]2 k~3 I(P*BH) , I(P+B-H) , '(P+BH-) with: k]z =kexp k~3 >~k]2 ii) one-step transfer: k]3 l(p, BH) , l(p+ B H - ) with: k]3 =kexp In this last interpretation, B could promote the electron transfer through a superexchange mechanism involving the l(p+ B - H ) charge-transfer state. A variant of this model involves an internal charge-transfer state of the Bchl dimer [172]. According to low-temperature kinetic studies, the non-detection of the intermediate l(p+ B- H) implies k~3 ~>50 k]z in interpretation i) [167, 170].

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