By Douglas C. Neckers
Greater than an easy survey of the present literature, Advances in Photochemistry deals serious reviews written via the world over well-known specialists. those pioneering scientists supply particular and sundry issues of view of the present info. Their articles are demanding in addition to provocative and are meant to stimulate dialogue, advertise additional examine, and inspire new advancements within the box.
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However, this is not the case because special kinetic conditions must hold so that the mean phase boundaries lie perpendicular to the long axis. Other conditions lead to bent mean phase boundaries. 15. Successive insertion of three different dyes into the channels of a zeolite L crystal to form a sandwich material. 17 for a two dye system, D1 and D2. 16). The lower case is more difﬁcult to detect. The simplest way to obtain the necessary information in this case is to use a thick region with dense ﬁlling of D2 dyes, so that the two D1 regions appear separated despite of the strong bending of the mean phase boundary.
We observe two yellow–red spots on both sides of the crystals in image 1. In image 2, the spots have extended and, in the middle part, a weak green region appears. While it is hardly visible in 2, it becomes obvious in 3a. If Oxþ is excited speciﬁcally, as illustrated in 3b, its presence in the inner region of the channel can be seen, which also shows that the mean distance between the donor and acceptor molecules is greater in the middle than at the ends of the channels. The green color dominates after the very long reaction time and extends over the whole crystal, as in 4.
821–827. 19. J. Caro, F. Marlow, and M. Wu¨bbenhorst, Adv. Mater. 1994, 6, 413. 20. D. Wo¨hrle and G. Schulz-Ekloff, Adv. Mater. 1994, 6, 875. 21. V. Ramamurthy, D. R. Sanderson, and D. F. Eaton, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1993, 115, 10438. 22. M. Pauchard, A. Devaux, and G. Calzaferri, Chem. Eur. J. 2000, 6, 3456.
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