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Chlorophyll f

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Chlorophyll f is just recently discovered in Shark Bay, Western Australia by Chen et al and published in Science 329, (2010)1318-1319. [1]. It absorbs the near-infrared light. Its molecular formula is C55H70O6N4Mg.


There are different forms of chlorophylls existing in nature. Some of them are: