THE CRYSTAL FIELD INDUCED DIPOLE MOMENT OF NAPHTHACENE IN BENZOPHENONE
Creators:Marchetti, Alfred P.
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Publisher:Ohio State University
The change in the induced dipole moment of naphthacene on excitation has been observed for several site origins in benzophenone. This change in moment arises from the host crystal field and the change in polarizability on excitation. The changes in induced moment as measured by low temperature Stark techniques are as large as 1.2D. These values of induced moment changes and the site splitting are used to estimate the polarizability change on excitation and the internal electric field.
Author Institution: Eastman Kodak Company, Research Laboratories
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