Polarization of Radioluminescence in Molecular Crystals and Effect of Ionizing Radiations on the Polarization of their Photoluminescence [211, 212]
Since the polarization of the luminescence of molecular crystals is independent of the anisotropy of the excitation (i.e., the polarization and direction of the exciting light), being determined by the anisotropy of the crystal itself, we should expect that the luminescence of molecular crystals would be polarized not only on photoexcitation but also for other kinds, for example, hard excitation (radioluminescence).
KeywordsLuminescence Spectrum Spectral Variation Molecular Crystal Free Exciton Exciting Light
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