Landolt-Börnstein - Group II Molecules and Radicals
Volume 3 1967

Luminescence of Organic Substances

Editors: K.-H. Hellwege, A. M. Hellwege
ISBN: 978-3-540-03895-5 (Print) 978-3-540-34901-3 (Online)
DOI: 10.1007/b86158

Table of contents (56 documents)

  1. Online Document 1

    Luminescence of Organic Substances · 1 Introduction

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  2. Online Document 2

    Luminescence of Organic Substances · 2.0 Explanations

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 1 - 73

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 74 - 169

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 170 - 255

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 256 - 349

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 350 - 397

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 398 - 466

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 467 - 556

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 557 - 625

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 626 - 717

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 718 - 819

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Nr. 820 - 889

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    2.2 Carbonium ions, natural substances, and substances with not exactly known structural formulas

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    2.3 p-Oligophenylenes

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    2.4 Substituted oxazoles

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · 2.5 Chelates

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    2.6 Molecular compounds

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · (a) - (e)

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · (f) - (n)

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · (o) - (s)

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    3.2 Spectra of standard substances

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    Acenaphthen - Benzpyren

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    Chrysen - Naphtho-benzpyren

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Perylen - Xylol

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    4.2 Relations between absorption and emission spectrum

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    4.3 The quantum efficiency

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    4.4 Triplet-singlet transitions

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    4.5 Degree of polarization

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    5.1 Interaction between fluorescent molecules and solvent; dipole moments

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    5.2 Reactions in the excited state

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    5.3.0 Introduction

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    5.3.1 Quenching by O2

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · Table 8

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    Table 9, Fig. 20 - Fig. 35

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    5.3.3 Triplet-triplet energy transfer

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    5.3.5 Concentration quenching

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    5.3.6 Concentration depolarization

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    5.3.7 Characteristic constants for the fluorescence change by dimer and excimer formations

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    5.3.8 Fluorescence activation: Chlorophyll in various solvents

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · 6.0 Introduction

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    6.1 Dependence of the radiation energy on the incident energy

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    6.3 Ratios of pulse heights at alpha- and beta-excitation

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    6.4 Absolute energy efficiency

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    6.5 Characteristic constants for the energy efficiency (Kallmann parameter)

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    6.6.1.1 Relative pulse heights of aromatic compounds

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    6.6.1.2 Relative pulse heights of heterocyclic compounds

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    6.6.1.3 Relative pulse heights of proteins

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    6.6.2 Temperature dependence

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    6.6.3 Dependence on the polymerization degree

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    6.6.4 Anisotropy in crystals

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    7 Reduction of luminescence by radiation damage

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    8.1 Cited references

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    8.2 Monographs and reviews

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · A - F

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    Luminescence of Organic Substances · G - Z

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