Time evolution of the ODMR spectrum of an X-Trap triplet in Biphenyl-TCNB crystal
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Time decay of the ODMR signals obtained from light irradiated Biphenyl-TCNB crystals has been analyzed varying temperature and microwave power. New information are obtained on the triplet X-trap produced by illumination. It is also shown that time decay measurements are able to evidence in a simple way the cases in which the triplet is born in a non-stationary state.
KeywordsMicrowave Power Microwave Field Triplet Exciton Phosphorescence Emission Triplet Sublevel
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