Energy Migration in Disordered Systems

  • G. S. Beddard
Part of the NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 69)

Abstract

The diffusion of excitation by electronic energy transfer plays an important part in a number of organised molecular and macromolecular systems. This phenomenon occurs in pure molecular crystals, mixed crystals, amorphous solids, liquids and most importantly in biological systems such as the photosynthetic unit.

Keywords

Energy Transfer Fluorescence Decay Donor Concentration Excited Molecule Energy Migration 
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