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Determination of femtosecond lifetimes of higher excited singlet states by means of transient photophysical hole-burning. The S2 state of phenanthrene

Dick, Bernhard and Nickel, Bernhard (1986) Determination of femtosecond lifetimes of higher excited singlet states by means of transient photophysical hole-burning. The S2 state of phenanthrene. Chemical Physics 110 (1), pp. 131-143.

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Abstract

Transient photophys. hole-burning was studied as a method of measuring femtosecond lifetimes of higher excited electronic states of polyat. mols. For the 0,0 transition to the S2 state of phenanthrene in isopentane/2-methylpentane glass at 4 K, a homogeneous linewidth of 67 +- 7 cm-1 was found corresponding to a lifetime of 79 +- 8 fs for this state.


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Item type:Article
Date:1986
Additional Information (public):CAN 106:25404 73-10 Optical, Electron, and Mass Spectroscopy and Other Related Properties 85-01-8 (Phenanthrene) Role: PRP (Properties) (femtosecond lifetime detn. of excited singlet states of, by transient photophys. hole burning); 107-83-5 (2-Methylpentane) Role: PRP (Properties) (femtosecond lifetime detn. of phenanthrene by transient photophys. hole burning in matrix of isopentane and); 78-78-4 (Isopentane) Role: PRP (Properties) (transient photophys. hole burning of phenanthrene in matrix of methylpentane and)
Institutions:Chemistry and Pharmacy > Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie > Chair of Chemistry III - Physical Chemistry (Molecular Spectroscopy and Photochemistry) > Prof. Dr. Bernhard Dick
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1987:25404Other
Keywords:Laser radiation (hole burning by, of phenanthrene); Energy level transition (lifetime of, femtosecond, of higher singlet states of phenanthrene); Ultraviolet and visible spectra (of phenanthrene, photophys. hole burning in relation to); phenanthrene hole burning femtosecond lifetime
Dewey Decimal Classification:500 Science > 540 Chemistry & allied sciences
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes, this version has been refereed
Created at the University of Regensburg:No
Item ID:5527
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