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Matsumoto, M.
Ohashi, K.
Nishi, N.
NDC
Chemistry
abstract
Charge resonance interaction in naphthalene homo- and hetero-dimer cations is studied by photodissociation spectroscopy of the charge resonance and the local excitation transitions. The resonance interaction in naphthalene dimer cation is slightly weaker than that of a benzene dimer cation because of partial overlapping of the respective aromatic rings. A local excitation band of the benzene cation chromophore is observed in the spectrum of a naphthalene-benzene hetero-dimer cation at nearly the same position as that of the benzene dimer cation. This indicates that in spite of its higher ionization potential the positive charge stays on the benzene molecule in some probability. On the basis of the band position of the charge resonance transition as well as the intensity of the local excitation band, the probability is analyzed to be approximately 9 %. This means 91 % is localized on the naphthalene chromophore in this hetero-dimer.
description
AIP Conference Proceedings 388
journal title
Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy 1996 : Eighth International Symposium
start page
231
end page
236
date of issued
2000-12-15
publisher
American Institute of Physics
issn
0094243X
isbn
1563966115
language
eng
nii type
Book
HU type
Presentation Materials
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
publisher
rights
Copyright (c) 1997 American Institute of Physics
department
Graduate School of Science



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