By Douglas C. Neckers
Greater than an easy survey of the present literature, Advances in Photochemistry bargains severe reviews written by way of across the world famous specialists. those pioneering scientists supply specific and sundry issues of view of the present information. Their articles are tough in addition to provocative and are meant to stimulate dialogue, advertise extra examine, and inspire new advancements within the box.
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21. (a) Densely packed alike molecules. The white molecule in the middle is in its ﬁrst electronic excited state. (b) Densely packed donor (darker) and acceptor (lighter) molecules that have the same shape. The white donor in the middle is in its ﬁrst excited electronic state. 22. Somewhere in the bulk a donor is electronically excited by absorbing a photon. We are interested in knowing how fast the excitation energy migrates in the crystal depending on the occupation probability and the characteristics of the dye.
The parameter y is the angle between the transition moments and the crystal axis, which means that k2ij can be expressed as follows: k2ij ¼ ½sin2 ðy À aij Þcos fij À 2 cos2 ðy À aij Þ2 ð37Þ The angle aij is the angle between the site where the excited molecule j is located and any other site i. It can be expressed as aij ¼ arccos zij Rij ð38Þ where Rij and zij are given by Eqs. (9) and (11). Averaging over all fij leads to 9 1 k2ij ¼ cos4 ðy À aij Þ À cos2 ðy À aij Þ þ 2 2 ð39Þ The averaging takes into account that each channel is surrounded by six other channels.
Advances in Photochemistry, Vol 27 by Douglas C. Neckers