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Title: Dependence of the Intensity of components of the multiplet in sensitized phosphorescence of acenaphthene in N-hexane on the exciting pulse duration at 77 K
Authors: Zhdanova, N. V.
Жданова, Н. В.
Deryabin, M. I.
Дерябин, М. И.
Valyukhov, D. P.
Валюхов, Д. П.
Keywords: Acenaphthene;Multiplet;Pulse excitation;Sensitized phosphorescence
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Springer New York LLC
Citation: Zhdanova, N.V., Deryabin, M.I., Valyukhov, D.P. Dependence of the Intensity of components of the multiplet in sensitized phosphorescence of acenaphthene in N-hexane on the exciting pulse duration at 77 K // Russian Physics Journal. - 2017. - Volume 60. - Issue 6. - pp. 1071-1076.
Series/Report no.: Russian Physics Journal
Abstract: The special features of the multiplet structure in spectra of sensitized acenaphthene phosphorescence caused by triplet-triplet energy transfer from 2,7-dibromodiphenylen sulfide (the energy donor) molecules in n-hexane matrices are investigated at 77 K. It is demonstrated that the distribution of intensities between components of the multiplet in quasi-line spectrum of sensitized acenaphthene phosphorescence depends on the freezing rate of the solution and the exciting pulse duration. The possible reasons for these dependences are discussed
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