Local Trapping Centers for Excitons in Molecular Crystals

  • Edgar A. Silinsh
Part of the Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences book series (SSSOL, volume 16)

Abstract

The neutral excited state energy Eμ (k) [cf. Sect.2.1] is determined by the topology of molecules in the crystal, since both dispersional (D) and resonance [ μ (k)] interaction depend on the distance R between the excited molecule and the surrounding molecules of the lattice. Hence, the terms D and μ (k) will be unequivocally set only for a perfect crystal, and only in this case will the exciton bands be strictly fixed and equal for the whole crystal.

Keywords

Quartz Argon Helium Hydrocarbon Fluores 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Edgar A. Silinsh
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  1. 1.Institute of Physics and EnergeticsLatvian SSR, Academy of SciencesRiga-6USSR

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