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However, for the multichromophoric compound (p-C2P4), the amplitude of the apparent component 2 becomes positive. Thus, all intensity dependence observed at 590 nm detection wavelength can be attributed to the intramolecular singlet–singlet annihilation process. The partial amplitudes for the multichromophoric compound (p-C2P4) are shifted to a higher value over the entire detection wavelength range. 23, the decays recorded at the 590 nm detection wavelength and at different excitation energies are depicted for the multichromophoric p-C2P4.
C) Monochromophoric compound p-C1P1 detected at 590 nm. multichromophoric compounds should converge to those observed for p-C1P1 (component 2a) at low excitation energies. This means that at 630 nm detection the total amplitude of this second decay component (2a þ 2b) should turn from a positive into a negative value with decreasing excitation energy. 20b). At 590 nm, there is a clear decrease of the contribution of the annihilation process 2b upon lowering the excitation energy. 20b). In order to cross-check these ﬁndings, a similar energy series has also been performed for the monochromophoric compound p-C1P1.
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Advances in Photochemistry, Volume 29 by Douglas C. Neckers, William S. Jenks, Thomas Wolff