Assoc. Prof. Dr. Stanimir Stoyanov; Assist. Prof. Dr. Stanislav Stanimirov; Assist. Prof. Dr. Petar Petrov; Assist. Prof. Dr. Stanislava Yordanova; Assist. Prof. Rumen Lyapchev
PhD students: 1
The Organic Photochemistry Group works in two complimentary research fields: (i) Organic synthesis – preparation of new photoactive compounds with designed optical properties, light-induced reactions, use of photolabile protecting groups; (ii) Molecular spectroscopy – steady-state and time-resolved absorbance and fluorescence. This allows the development of new compounds and materials on their base (functionalized dendrimers and polymers; metal, host-guest and intercalation complexes) with application as optical sensors and photoactive organometallic catalysts for environmental protection, labeling agents for nucleic acids and proteins, metal complexes for antimicrobial activity.
- S. Stoyanov, P. Petrov, M. Stoyanova, M. Dangalov, B. Shivachev, R. Nikolova, and I. Petkov, “4-Amino-3-nitro naphthalimides—Structures and spectral properties”, J. Photochem. Photobiol. A Chem. 250 (2012) 92–98.
- V. Petrov, S. Stanimirov, I. Petkov, A. Fernandes, V. de Freitas, F. Pina, “Emptying the β-Cyclodextrin Cavity by Light: Photochemical Removal of the trans-Chalcone of 4′,7-Dihydroxyflavylium“, J. Phys.Chem. A 117 (2013) 10692-10701.
- S. Yordanova, I. Grabchev, S. Stoyanov, and I. Petkov, “New detectors for metal cations and protons based on PAMAM dendrimers modified with 1,8-naphthalimide units”, J. Photochem. Photobiol. A Chem. 283 (2014) 1–7.
Cary 5000 UV/Vis/NIR spectrophotometer, Cary eclipse fluorescent spectrophotometer and Femtoseconds transient absorption spectrophotometer.