- Conference date: Jun 1995
- Location: Villeneuve d’Ascq (France)
The solvation dynamics of DCM, dissolved in a number of polar solvents, has been studied using the fluorescent upconversion technique with a time resolution of ≊100 fs. Typically a bimodal dynamical Stokes shift behavior is found, with time constants of about 100 fs and a few picoseconds. The initial component in the solvation relaxation is attributed to the effect of the free streaming motion of the solvent molecules, whereas the second is typical of the rotational diffusion motions of the solvent molecules.
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