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Fluorescence- and Phosphorescence Spectroscopy of Polymers

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Part of the Polymers book series (POLYMERS, volume 7)

Abstract

This section is complementary to the foregoing one, since the luminescence of organic molecules is due to radiative transitions between the same electronic levels, but in the reverse sense, compared to absorption. Furthermore, (delayed) emission can be observed by forbidden transitions which are not observable in absorption.

Keywords

Energy Transfer Electronic Spectroscopy Phosphorescence Spectrum Triplet Exciton Radiationless Transition 
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  1. 1.Battelle-Institut e. V.Frankfurt/M. 90Germany

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