Physical-Organic Photochemistry. IV. Complex Formation
Charge-transfer interactions between electron donors (D) and acceptors (A) in the ground-states can result in the formation of complexes (EDA complexes) for which absorption characteristics are different from those of the uncomplexe D and A molecules.
KeywordsAromatic Ketone Ionisation Limit Excimer Emission Monomer Fluorescence Benzenoid Hydrocarbon
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- ‘Excited States in Organic Chemistry’ J.A. Baritrop and J.D. Coyle, (Wiley Interscence), London 1975.Google Scholar
- ‘The Exciplex’ Ed. M. Gordon and W.R. Ware, Academic Press, N.Y. 1975 For discussion of analysis of dual exponental decay curves see C. Lewis and W.R. Ware, Mol. Photochem., 1973, 5, 261.Google Scholar
- ‘Photoassociation in Aromatic Systems’, B. Stevens, Advances in Photochemistry, 1971, 8, 161.Google Scholar