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A first principles calculations and experimental study of the ground- and excited-state properties of ladder oligo(-aniline)s
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51.For DIMER 2P there is also a very faint transition between those two, polarized out of the plane of the molecule, some two orders of magnitude fainter than the weak electronic transition.
52.In the case of TRIMER 2P, we also found a very faint transition again with some two orders of magnitude fainter than the weak electronic transition but this time polarized along the long axis of the molecule.
53.In the case of TRIMER 3P, we found two very faint transitions, one order of magnitude fainter than the weak electronic transition but this time polarized along the long axis of the molecule and out of the plane of the molecule, respectively.
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