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Time-Resolved Esr of Intersystem Crossing and Energy Transfer Processes

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In this article, we have reviewed appl ications of the time-resol ved ESR technique to studies of excited triplet states and spin polarization transfer. As described above, the time-resol ved ESR technique opens new aspects for photochemical and photophysical problems from the point of view of spin sublevel and spin magnetic quantum number. The information concerning spin polarization provides us with a key to determine electronic structures and to elucidate the mechanism of photochemical 1 and photophysical 1 processes such as ISC and energy transfer.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Ohokayama, Meguro, Tokyo, Japan 152


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