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|Title:||Fluorescence Quenching by SequentialHydrogen, Electron, and Proton Transfer in theProximity of a Conical Intersection||Authors:||Sinicropi, Adalgisa
Robb, M. A.
Nau, W. M.
|Keywords:||ab initio calculations; conical intersections; electron transfer,; fluorescence quenching,; proton transfer||Issue Date:||2001||Project:||None||Journal:||ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE. INTERNATIONAL EDITION||Abstract:||
Radical-pair disproportionation through sequential electron–proton transfer (Polanyi's harpoon) is one efficient mechanism leading to quenching fluorescence of n,π*-excited states by hydrogen donors. This mechanism is demonstrated by ab initio MS-CASPT2 calculations and experimental investigations (photoproduct studies and EPR spin-trapping experiments) on the quenching of singlet-excited azoalkanes by chlorinated hydrocarbons.
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