Kinetic Aspects of Exciplex Photophysics

  • W. R. Ware
Part of the NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 69)

Abstract

After a brief history of the exciplex and excimer, the photophysics of systems exhibiting molecular association both in the ground and excited states will be discussed. The emphasis will be on kinetic models, the measurement of rate constants associated with these models, and the determination of activation parameters and equilibrium thermodynamic parameters associated with exciplex formation and disappearance. Examples will be drawn from studies of solvent effects and steric effects on the behaviour of exciplex systems. The case of rapid equilibrium where the monomer and exciplex decay with the same rate constant will also be discussed and illustrated.

Keywords

Solvent Polarity Fluorescence Decay Encounter Complex Exciplex Formation Individual Rate Constant 
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