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Usually, the monomers have a very different structure and the resulting OCPs demonstrate a lower bandgap, but also a significant worsening in the other properties [18] as a decrease in the open-circuit voltage and the enhancement of exciton binding energy [8, 9, 18].
The variation in MB degradation rate can be attributed to charge separation phenomena, higher exciton energy in anatase crystal structure, decreased particle dimension, and better distribution of nanoparticle on nanofibrous web.
These packets can subsequently generate multiple free electrons that generate electricity in a process known as multiple exciton generation (MEG).
Itoh [23] has studied luminescence properties of self-trapped exciton in CdMo[O.
Among the topics are stochastic dynamics, an oscillator coupled to a harmonic bath, a perturbative approach to exciton relaxation in molecular aggregates, the microscopic theory of linear absorption and fluorescence, and two-dimensional spectroscopy applications for photosynthetic excitons.
These studies showed both efficient energy transfers from the donor to the acceptor, as well as spatial confinement of the excitons in the acceptor polymers [10].
Reina JH, Quiroga L, Johnson N (2000) Quantum entanglement and information processing via excitons in optically driven quantum dots.
4] NPs, resulting in the increase of the population of triplet excitons [38].
Under exposure to light, photons are absorbed in the polymer phase and neutral excited states known as excitons are generated, which diffuse in the polymer phase within a limited life time.
Irradiation of a two-dimensional J aggregate monolayers leads to the formation of excitons spreading throughout the monolayers at a high speed, typically 2 km/s, coherently with extremely low energy losses.
Podzorov and his colleagues observed that excitons - particles that form when semiconducting materials absorb photons, or light particles - can travel a thousand times farther in an extremely pure crystal organic semiconductor called rubrene.
Divided into 11 chapters, topics covered include electrical properties of semiconductor nanocrystals, optical dynamics in single semiconductor quantum dots, intraband spectroscopy and dynamics of colloidal semiconductor quantum dots, and fine structure and polarization properties of band-edge excitons in semiconductor nanocrystals.