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Radiationless intermolecular energy transfer with participation of acceptor excited triplet states
Radiationless energy transfer between like and unlike molecules has been experimentally studied under conditions where acceptor molecules have been excited to the triplet state. Homogeneous singlet—triplet—triplet migration has been discovered in higbly concentrated chlorophyll “a” and pheophytin “a” solutions in castor oil at 183 K by measuring the variation of pigment relative ...
NH-Tautomerism and Visible Absorption Spectra of Porphyrins with Nonsymmetrical substitution
On the basis or experiments Ihe oscillator model has been established for individual NH tautomers or porphyrins with asymmetrical substitution. CNDO/2 calculations explain the inversion of Q ₓ (O.O) and Q y (O.O) electronic transition intensities in NH tautomers as a consequence of the inversion of LUMO coefficients c₁ and c₂ for fixed x and y molecular oscillators.
Spectral Рeculiarities of NH-Tautomerism in Isocycle-Containing Porphyrins and their Covalently Linked Dimers
It has been found experimentally that a whole class of isocycle-containing porphyrins, including synthetic and natural objects and their covalently linked dimers, shows NH-tautomerism which manifests itself in isotropic solutions in normal electronic spectra both at 77 K and higher temperatures (up to 500 K).