radiationless

radiationless

(ˌreɪdɪˈeɪʃənlɪs)
adj
(General Physics) physics not emitting or producing radiation
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The quantum yield of S1aS0 depends on the ratio between radiative process of S1aS0 and the radiationless processes of S1~aS0 and S1~aTn.
Dynamic quenching was caused by the fluorescent chromophore interacted with a quencher in excitation state, while the causes of static quenching were of three types: the first one, the fluorescent chromophore interacted with a quencher in ground state and came into being a nonfluorescent compound; the second one, the medium near the fluorescent chromophore had a polarity change, which caused by the conformational change of the protein attributing to the combination with the quencher; and the third one, a radiationless energy transfer between the fluorescent chromophore and the quencher [21].
Since the transition probabilities and the spectral line intensities have been determined by the FC factor, it also plays an important role in determination of the optical and radiationless transition rates between vibration levels [1-3].
As discussed above, rotation of the ThT fragments relative to each other in the excited state leads to the conformation with the disturbed [pi]-electron conjugated system (<p = 90[degrees]) and, consequently, to the radiationless deactivation of the excited state of ThT molecules.
H., "Classically radiationless motions and possible implications for quantum theory," Phys.
The photocatalytic activity in the mixed oxide system was found to be higher at low Ti[O.sub.2] content due to a decrease in the radiationless energy transfer between titania and silica [290].
Furthermore, radiationless transitions have also been considered to cause fluorescence quenching, which is an unwanted process in photocatalysis either, increasing heat loss [39].
In the work [2] peculiarities of interference of reactive components of harmonic electric and magnetic fields are studied on the example of three well-known problems: 1) light passing through the transparent plane-parallel plate at an angle of incidence exceeding the critical angle of total internal reflection, 2) the formation of a refracted wave in the region of total internal reflection from a semi-infinite medium and 3) radiationless transport of energy between excited and unexcited atoms.
Emerging of a new emission peak at 505 nm upon isoimperatorin addition can be attributed to the bound drug and radiationless energy transfer between the HSA tryptophan, and isoimperatorin [41].
His thesis concerned "Radiationless Transitions in Mu-mesonic Atoms." He next entered Yale University, where he earned an M.S.
He introduces the basic concepts of light and matter to begin, then explains light adsorption and electronically-excited states, the physical deactivation of excited states, radiative processes of excited states, intramolecular radiationless transitions of excited states, intermolecular physical processes of excited states, some aspects of the chemical properties of excited states, the photochemistry of alkenes and carbonyl compounds, some aspects of photochemical reaction mechanisms, semiconductor photochemistry, and an introduction to supramolecular photochemistry.
Craig Bonda, Hallstar, detailed how his DEXSTER (DEactivation of EXcited STates by Emissions and Radiationless pathways) system enables formulators to understand all the things that happen between excited states and ground states of a UV filter.
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