Excited-State Structure Modifications Due to Molecular Substituents and Exciton Scattering in Conjugated Molecules.

@article{Li2014ExcitedStateSM,
  title={Excited-State Structure Modifications Due to Molecular Substituents and Exciton Scattering in Conjugated Molecules.},
  author={H. Li and Michael J. Catanzaro and S. Tretiak and V. Chernyak},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={
          641-7
        }
}
Attachment of chemical substituents (such as polar moieties) constitutes an efficient and convenient way to modify physical and chemical properties of conjugated polymers and oligomers. Associated modifications in the molecular electronic states can be comprehensively described by examining scattering of excitons in the polymer's backbone at the scattering center representing the chemical substituent. Here, we implement effective tight-binding models as a tool to examine the analytical… Expand
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