Effect on optical anisotropy of intramolecular lability in various molecular rotational configurations View Full Text


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2009-11

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V. A. Tolkachev, A. P. Blokhin

ABSTRACT

It is shown that the effect of intramolecular lability in complex molecules on the degree of fluorescence polarization of rarified vapors is mainly mediated through perturbations of rotational motion in the region of separatrixes of A- and C-forms of rotation stereo dynamics. It is most pronounced for the orientation of optical transition dipole moment components along the axis of the molecule average moment of inertia (B) and manifests itself in all types of molecular tops. Such lability for dipole orientations along the A and C axes usually causes the degree of anisotropy to decrease by an order of magnitude and more. So it is advisable to use optical transitions with dipole moments oriented along the A or C axes for optical polarization analysis of molecules in the gaseous state, for example in analytical high-temperature polarized fluorescence. More... »

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806-812

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