Non-radiative excitation decay of cresyl violet on TiO2: variation with dye-surface separation

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Abstract

Dye-to-surface non-radiative excitation transfer is verified to be an important decay mode for S1state cresyl violet separated from a TiO2surface by distances between 80 and 509 Å. Fluorescence profiles have also been obtained for cresyl violet adsorbed directly onto TiO2. © 1985.

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Crackel, R. L., & Struve, W. S. (1985). Non-radiative excitation decay of cresyl violet on TiO2: variation with dye-surface separation. Chemical Physics Letters, 120(4–5), 473–476. https://doi.org/10.1016/0009-2614(85)85643-8

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