Migration of triplet excitations in chrysene glass films

Niyazbek Kh Ibrayev, Kanat M. Makhanov

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    Abstract

    Research results of delayed fluorescence decay kinetics in solid chrysene films deposited on quartz substrates in vacuum are presented. It is found that at the temperatures which are close to the temperature of liquid nitrogen, phosphorescence and annihilation delayed fluorescence decay kinetics are described by non-exponential function. The data obtained were discussed from the point of formal kinetics and percolation T-T annihilation models.

    Original languageEnglish
    JournalMolecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals
    Volume427
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2005

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    atomic energy levels
    Glass
    Kinetics
    glass
    kinetics
    Fluorescence
    Phosphorescence
    fluorescence
    Quartz
    decay
    Liquid nitrogen
    phosphorescence
    liquid nitrogen
    quartz
    Vacuum
    Temperature
    vacuum
    temperature
    Substrates
    chrysene

    Keywords

    • Delayed fluorescence
    • Disordered structures
    • Exciton
    • Phosphorescence
    • Triplet-triplet annihilation

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Condensed Matter Physics

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    Migration of triplet excitations in chrysene glass films. / Ibrayev, Niyazbek Kh; Makhanov, Kanat M.

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