Spectroscopy and Photophysics. II. Bimolecular Processes
Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 25)
The bimolecular processes by which electronically excited states may be deactivated are listed below
Enhancement of non-radiative decay
Electronic energy transfer
Complex-formation, including charge-transfer complexes.
KeywordsTriplet State Flash Photolysis Delayed Fluorescence Phosphorescence Emission Electronic Energy Transfer
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