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Exciplexes Photonics On the Silica Surface

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Processes of photoinduced electron transfer and formation of bimolecular complexes on the surface of nonporous dispersed silica and aerosil have been explored. Complexes of the two types, with a dissociative (acene + electron donor) and a stable (acene + acceptor) ground state have been obtained. Formation of the anthracene-N,N-diethylaniline exciplex on the surface proceeds in a diffusion mode. Increasing the quencher concentration to σ = 1% is accompanied by exciplex formation. Formation and stabilization of Mullican's (dark) complexes has been noted with σ = 10%. The reaction of complexation on the surface is stimulated by heating. A suggestion of CTC localization in places of the highest energetic uniformity of the surface has been made.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Surface Chemistry, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, 252028 Kiev, Prospect Nauki 31, Ukraine


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