Fine-structure vibronic fluorescence spectra of meso-substituted porphyrins and their interpretation
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Fine-structure fluorescence spectra have been recorded on selective laser excitation at 4.2 K for meso-tetraethylporphyrin (TEP), meso-tetrapropyl-porphyrin (TPP) and their derivatives with deuteriated NH groups. An interpretation of the spectra obtained is proposed on the basis of calculations of the normal vibrations of the molecules. It was noted that the interaction of the ethyl groups of TEP with the solvent leads to different orientations of these groups to the plane of the macrocycle, which leads to an increase in the number of lines in the frequency range 150–400 cm−1 and to their broadening.
KeywordsEthyl Porphyrin Fluorescence Spectrum Macrocycle Laser Excitation
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