Electronic Energy Transfer between Donor and Acceptor Adlayers on Single-Crystal Surfaces: Distance and Coverage Dependence,
STANFORD UNIV CA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Electronic energy transfer in surface adlayers is a mechanism of fundamental importance to surface photochemical processes. In this study, the electronic energy transfer from a donor p-terphenyl TP adlayer to an acceptor 9,10-diphenylanthracene DPA adlayer was studied using quantum yield measurements at 30 K and 85 K. These investigations employed an A12030001 crystal surface as a two-dimensional support on which donor, spacer and acceptor adlayers could be sequentially adsorbed. The quantum yield measurements were performed in ultra high vacuum UHV utilizing laser induced fluorescence techniques.
- Radiation and Nuclear Chemistry