Molecular theory of electronic spectroscopy in nonpolar fluids: Ultrafast solvation dynamics and

Stephens, M.D.; Saven, J.G.
February 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;2/8/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 6, p2129
Academic Journal
Presents a theory of time- and frequency-domain spectroscopy of a dilute nonpolar solute in a nonpolar liquid or supercritical fluid solvent. Assumption on the interaction of solute and solvent molecules with isotropic pair potentials; Expressions for absorption and emission line shapes; Dependence of various spectroscopic observables on solvent density.


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