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2), ld9)= d(l)B(2) and ) B d )= 9 ( 1 ) d ( 2 ) . 1) The Hamiltonian operator for the two electrons can be written as where h( 1) and d(2) are one-electron Hamiltonian operators. d ) has to be considered. 7) and J,d,, Ja9, and J,da are Coulomb repulsion integrals; represents the repulsion between two charge densities due to one electron in the orbital d and the other in orbital 93. Jd, (JBa) is the timeaveraged repulsion of two electrons in orbital d (%). %’), and Id%),given by Eqs. 5) are self-explanatory: The energy of Id’)or l93’) is twice the one-electron energy plus the time-averaged repulsion of two electrons in one orbital.

Chan. 50 I /ns 5 100 " " 1 ' 288 150 " 10 ' I " " I 15 ' 20 Fig. 17. 91 ns]. 33 34 E. LIPPERT ET AL. At temperatures sufficiently below T,, the back reaction k,, is not fast enough to compete with k t and k ; , thus the entire decay curves can be thought of as representing equilibration without reaching it within the time given by the lifetime of the excited A* state. 17 shows an example measured with time-correlated single-photon counting. 86 Figure 2 . 1 7 ~shows that for compounds with a larger rotating amino moiety than in DMABN, this TICT formation rate in cooled n-butyl chloride is slow enough for the delayed appearance of the A* emission to be quite evident (Fig.

The dative bonds are relatively weak (partially double bonds) because the bonding is mainly due to charge separation, and, therefore, thermal cis-trans isomerization by twisting occurs easily and the isolation of isomers is difficult. 40 It is easy to guess that, owing to a large electronegativity difference between two “radical” centers, different energy ordering of states will occur than for biradicals with two equivalent or slightly different “radical” centers. rr-acceptor combination will have a large ener y gap between the $0 So and the close-lying S , , T, charge-separated states.

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