Exciton scattering approach for branched conjugated molecules and complexes. IV. Transition dipoles and optical spectra.

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The electronic excitation energies and transition dipole moments are the essential ingredients to compute an optical spectrum of any molecular system. Here we extend the exciton scattering (ES) approach, originally developed for computing excitation energies in branched conjugated molecules, to the calculation of the transition dipole moments. The ES… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.3366521

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@article{Li2010ExcitonSA, title={Exciton scattering approach for branched conjugated molecules and complexes. IV. Transition dipoles and optical spectra.}, author={Hao Li and Sergey V. Malinin and Sergei Tretiak and Vladimir Y. Chernyak}, journal={The Journal of chemical physics}, year={2010}, volume={132 12}, pages={124103} }