SINGLET-TRIPLET NONRADIATIVE TRANSITIONS IN AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Three mechanisms of intersystem crossing are elucidated. It is pointed out that one can distinguish between these mechanisms on the basis of a “secondary” isoltope effect, i.e. an isotope effect that depends on the position of the isotopic substituents and not on their number.
Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, University of Manitoba; Division of Pure Chemistry, National Research Council of Canada
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