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Translational Diffusion of Intermediate Species in Solutions

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In this article, applications of the TG method to measurements of the translational diffusion of photochemically created intermediate species are reviewed. The intermediate species include unstable isomers, photochromic charged molccules, transient radicals created by photochemical reactions, and the electronically photoexcited species. Diffusional behaviors of these intermediates are different from those of stable molecules, which have been investigated extensively so far. The investigations of the diffusion of these species will provide opportunity to reveal the unique intermolecular interaction between the intermediates and matrix. Furthermore, by using products of photochemical reactions as probe molecules, the molecular dynamics of the system can be studied. This information will be valuable for understanding photochemistry in solution.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto, 606, JAPAN


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