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Content material: Ensemble Photophysics of inflexible Polyphenylene established Dendritic buildings (M. Lor, G. Schweitzer, M. Van Der Auweraer, J. Hofkens, and F. C. De Schryver). Photochemistry of Short-Lived Species utilizing Multibeam Irradiation (Mamoru Fujitsuka and Tetsuro Majma). Two-Photon actual, natural, and Polymer Chemistry: concept, ideas, Chromophore layout, and purposes (Bernd Strehmel and Veronika Strehmel). Index. Cumulative Index Volumes

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Using Eq. 85 nsÀ1 for khopp is obtained for these dendrimers. This value is more than five times smaller than that of the corresponding first generation dendrimers. 7 for k2 and khopp the distance between the two chromophores have been calculated from Eq. (6). This yields a value of d ¼ 3:7 nm, which is in good agreement with the average interchromophoric distance obtained from molecular modeling. 7 nm. 15, the multichromophoric second generation dendrimer is still inside the active sphere in which energy hopping can take place with high efficiencies.

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