Fluorescence polarization of helical molecules cooled in a supersonic jet View Full Text


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2006-07

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V. A. Povedailo, D. L. Yakovlev

ABSTRACT

The β-binaphthylene oxide molecules studied under supersonic cooling conditions have a number of specific properties due to their nonplanarity. Low-frequency vibrations of the molecules in the excited S1 state are higher than the frequencies for the S0 state, and conversely the high-frequency vibrations have lower frequencies. The S0-S2 fluorescence excitation spectrum is structureless. The absence of a Q branch in the rotational contour of the line for the purely electronic transition indicates that it is substantially broadened and shifted toward shorter wavelengths as a result of rotational perturbations of the helical structure of the molecule. Multiplet lines in the spectra of β-binaphthylene oxide complexes with argon, krypton, and xenon correspond to different isomeric complexes. Their bond energies are below those observed previously for planar polycyclic molecules such as perilene, fluorene, and carbazole. The greater number of isomers with xenon is due to strengthening of the bond in the van der Waals complex and the nonequivalence of the position of the xenon atoms on the outside and inside of the helical molecule. More... »

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536-540

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