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Advances in Photochemistry. Volume 15 by David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick

By David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick

Long ago 25 years, the emergence of lasers and machine know-how has strongly motivated examine at the dynamic habit of excited states and different transients. This quantity is a part of a continuous sequence meant to discover the frontiers of photochemistry via papers written by way of famous specialists. even if many contain reports of the literature, their fundamental function is to provide serious reviews of present information and to provide the usually robust own viewpoints in their authors.

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Phys. Chem. 87, 1143 (1983). Copyright 1983, Verlag Chemie. 1. A Prototype Charge Transfer Molecule: Bianthryl. The phenomenon, charge transfer induced dual fluorescence, has been particularly extensively investigated for the molecule BA by a number of research groups [30,82,88, 113-121, 132,1333. This molecule is used as a prototype throughout Section 111. The fluorescence spectrum of BA is strongly solvent polarity dependent as shown in Figure 19 (from a paper by Rettig and Zander [116]). In polar solvents the emission can be roughly interpreted as being due to the sum of bands from two isomers of S,: a nonpolar LE (locally excited) form and CT (charge transfer) from, as proposed over a decade ago by Nakashima et al.

The solvation dynamics predicted by these two models do not show the strongly multiexponential behavior observed in the experimental results [33]. Models for solvation in water that allow for a structured solvent do indeed predict a multiexponential response. For instance, the dynamical mean spherical approximation (MSA) for water solvation predicts that solvation of an ion in water is well represented by two characteristic times [38J Nonetheless, the specific relaxation times differ substantially from the observed behavior [33].

Our measurements would not be able to resolve the 10-20fs component. The results indicate the importance of the solvation process in the nearest neighborhood of the solute molecule. 5 Time 1 (ps) Figure 18. (a) (6V6V(t)). The solid curve at the bottom is the total time correlation function and the curves labeled 1-3 are the contributionsof individual shells 1-3. The cnrve marked p is the single-particledipole time correlation function (C,,(t) shown for comparison. From Ref. 57 with permission, from J .

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