Spectral diffusion induced by energy transfer in doped organic glasses: Delay-time dependence of spectral holes

@inproceedings{Hartog1999SpectralDI,
  title={Spectral diffusion induced by energy transfer in doped organic glasses: Delay-time dependence of spectral holes},
  author={F. den Hartog and C. van Papendrecht and R. Coles Silbey and Silvia Leonor Voelker},
  year={1999}
}
A new effect in doped organic glasses, which we refer to as “energy transfer (ET)-induced spectral diffusion (SD),” ET→SD, has recently been reported by us. In this process “extra” SD, in addition to “normal” SD in glasses, is triggered by the energy balance released on “downhill” ET. Quantitative aspects of the ET→SD process have been investigated by means of time-resolved hole-burning experiments on free-base chlorin (H2Ch) in polystyrene (PS) presented here. The “effective” homogeneous… CONTINUE READING

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