Advances in Photochemistry. Volume 15 by David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick

By David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick

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The parameters have been adjusted in order to bring agreement between predicted and observed spectra for BA in the polar aprotic solvent, propylene carbonate. See text for further details. The effect of solvent on the total free energy of a BA/solvent system is represented in Figure 22 for a polar solvent such as propylene carbonate. A corresponding plot for BA in a nonpolar solvent is given in Figure 23. These zero order (uncoupled) curves for the various configurations correspond to the following equations.

Table 2 gives a brief summary of the low temperature results. For each entry in Table 1, the measured C(t) was fit by either a single exponential function [exp( - t/z,)] or a biexponential function [A, exp( - t / z J + A, exp(-t/z,)]. For example where a single exponential fit was satisfactory, a dash is found in the zt column. On the other hand, when an observed C(t) was better fit by a biexponential form, the best fit times r 1 and T, and their relative amplitudes (as a percentage) are listed in Table 1.

6 (Eo / E l ) Figure 15. Average response times (z)/zL versus E&,. The solid curve shows the MSA result for parameters p = 1 and E , = 5. The dashed line represents the continuum prediction. From Ref. 44 with permission, from J . Chern. Phys. 89, 879 (1988). Copyright 1988, American Physical Society. 32 ULTRAFAST PHOTOCHEMICAL INTRAMOLECULAR CHARGE It is always much smaller than zD. Furthermore, there is an apparent trend that as the ratio of E,JE, increases the deviation from the Debye model becomes more severe (the solvent propylene carbonate [ 5 ] at low temperature shows an especially big deviation from r,).

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