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.

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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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VIBRONIC K ZYzzYVAS R QAWWALIS T VIBRONIC C According to Nathan, there are bingos (bonuses) down through the column with Y-L-O.
There is another vibronic and resolved band at 737 nm with a relative intensity to the peak of greater than about 15% [19].
It can be used to identify and quantify compounds which absorb frequencies that are characteristics of their structure such as molecular potential energy surfaces, the masses of the atoms, and the associated vibronic coupling.
Persico, "Efficient calculation of Franck-Condon factors and vibronic couplings in polyatomics," Journal of Computational Chemistry, vol.
A vibronic shoulder was located at 525 nm for RosCOOH and 514 nm for RosN[H.sub.2].
Kapphan, "Vibronic charge-transfer excitons: Possible nature of the unusual properties of virtual perovskitelike ferroelectrics," Physics of the Solid State, vol.
We conclude that small-scale vibronic fluctuations in the molecular structures and orientations produce significant energetic overlap between different adiabatic states to drive the system from purely excitonic to purely charge-transfer on a rapid time-scale.
We have recently reported [6] that interstitial [Cl.sub.2] molecules in glassy Si[O.sub.2] give rise to a NIR-range photoluminescence (PL) band at 1.2 eV, distinguished by a characteristic vibronic structure due to a coupling to the Cl-Cl vibrations.
550 nm and with vibronic structure that mimics the UV-Visible absorption spectra of the respective blends.
No vibronic structures in the spectra appeared below 150 K, suggesting that the ordering structures of the Alq molecules were preserved by the temperature changes.
Thomas, "Environmental effects on vibronic band intensities in pyrene monomer fluorescence and their application in studies of micellar systems," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.