Why Bindschedler's Green is redder than Michler's Hydrol Blue.

  • Seth Olsen
  • Published 2013 in The journal of physical chemistry. A

Abstract

We offer a new physical interpretation of the color shift between diarylmethane dyes and their azomethine analogues. We use an isolobal analogy between state-averaged complete active space self-consistent field solutions for corresponding methines and azomethines to show that the shift contains a significant contribution from configuration interaction… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/jp309006e

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