Vladislav Gladkikh

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The recombination dynamics of ion pairs generated upon electron transfer quenching of perylene in the first singlet excited state by tetracyanoethylene in acetonitrile is quantitatively described by the extended unified theory of photoionization/recombination. The extension incorporates the hot recombination of the ion pair passing through the(More)
The quantum yields of triplets and free radicals (or radical ions) that escaped recombination in photochemically created primary radical pairs (or radical ion pairs) are calculated. As the products of monomolecular photodissociation, the neutral radicals appear at contact, while the ions are initially distributed over the space due to distant(More)
We developed and applied a novel numerical scheme for a gravimetric forward modelling of the Earth’s crustal density structures based entirely on methods for a spherical analysis and synthesis of the gravitational field. This numerical scheme utilises expressions for the gravitational potentials and their radial derivatives generated by the homogeneous or(More)
The kinetic constants of rhodamine 3B quenching by N,N-dimethyl aniline were extracted from the very beginning of the quenching kinetics, recently studied in a few solvents of different viscosities. They were well fitted with the conventional kinetic constant definition, provided the radial distribution function of simple liquids was ascribed to the(More)
Two competing theories are used for bridging the gap between the nonadiabatic and the deeply adiabatic electron transfer between symmetric parabolic wells. For the high friction limit, a simple analytic interpolation is proposed as a reasonable alternative to them, well-fitted to the results of numerical simulations. It provides a continuous description of(More)
The contact recombination from both singlet and triplet states of a radical pair is studied assuming that the spin conversion is carried out by the fast transversal relaxation and Delta g mechanism. The alternative HFI mechanism is neglected as being much weaker in rather large magnetic fields. The magnetic-field-dependent quantum yields of the singlet and(More)
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