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Exciton self-trapping in tetrafluoro-dimethyl-aminoacridine single crystals
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FIG. 1.

(Color) (a) DMAA molecule and directions of the molecular axes. (b) Absorption spectrum of DMAA in solution at room temperature. Inset: energy, oscillator strength, and direction cosines of the lowest calculated electronic transitions of the isolated DMAA molecule. (c) Room-temperature absorption spectra collected at normal incidence on the face of a DMAA single crystal with the electric field along either the or the principal axis and collected at 30° and 60° angles of incidence on the face, with as plane of incidence and polarized light. Inset: sketch of the packing of the molecules in the crystal as viewed from the face, and of the orientation of the and principal axes lying in the plane.

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FIG. 2.

Absorbance spectra of a DMAA crystal at room temperature and at with polarized light at normal incidence, together with the results of the linear fit which allows us to deduce the corresponding parameters , and in turn by Eq. (1).

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FIG. 3.

PL spectra of a DMAA crystal as taken at different temperatures. Inset: PL spectra on an enlarged scale and scheme of the potential energy curve in configurational coordinates for self-trapped (ST) and free excitons.

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FIG. 4.

Width at the DMAA emission band vs temperature. Inset: corresponding DMAA PL spectra.


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Scitation: Exciton self-trapping in tetrafluoro-dimethyl-aminoacridine single crystals