vibronic


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vi·bron·ic

 (vī-brŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to changes in molecular energy states associated with the vibrational energy of atoms.

vibronic

(vaɪˈbrɒnɪk)
adj
(General Physics) physics of, concerned with, or involving both electronic and vibrational energy levels of a molecule: a vibronic spectrum; a vibronic transition.
[C20: from vibr(atory + electr)onic]
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Due to the soft character of organic materials, their electronic properties are defined by vibronic coupling (VC) phenomena which are a result of the interaction between electron and nuclear dynamics of the molecule.
All films typically show one prominent peak at 512 nm corresponding to intra chain transition in P3HT chains, along with two vibronic shoulders due to extended conjugated chain length resulting from a disorder-order transformation and inter chain stacking interactions, respectively [15].
A sampling of specific topics: symmetry analysis of geometric-phase effects in quantum dynamics; non-Born-Oppenheimer molecular dynamics for conical intersections, avoided crossings, and weak interactions; laser control of ultrafast dynamics at conical intersections; and pump-probe spectroscopy of ultrafast vibronic dynamics in organic chromophores.
As seen, the shape of the absorption spectrum of PPME resembles that of PPa with two strong absorption vibronic bands centered at 412.
He reviews classical optics, the treatment of optical transition rates by quantum theory, crystalline materials, glasses, and molecular solids, along with subjects not usually covered in standard texts like semiconductor quantum wells, molecular materials, vibronic solid-state lasers, and nonlinear optics.
A unified interpretation using a model of dynamic vibronic coupling.
Tehver, Resonant light scattering and luminescence in multimode vibronic systems: time-dependent representation.
Tunneling superposition occurs by virtue of vibronic entanglement that arises in the molecule during tunneling (See Appendix A).
11:00 VIBRONIC INTENSITIES IN MOLECULAR SPECTRA, PART 1.
The complexities caused by the vibronic coupling seen in all these molecules was discussed.
Filling the gap for a book covering vibronic, nonadiabatic and diabatic couplings as well as radiationless processes in context, this monograph compiles classic and cutting-edge work from numerous researchers into one handy source.