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Theoretical foundation of electroabsorption spectroscopy: Self-contained derivation of the basic equations with the direction cosine method and the Euler angle method

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31408 44762 2007 17 PDF Available
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Theoretical foundation of electroabsorption spectroscopy: Self-contained derivation of the basic equations with the direction cosine method and the Euler angle method
Abstract

Self-contained derivation of the electroabsorption (E-A, Stark effect) equations of Liptay and Czekalla, which describe the external electric field effects on absorption spectra of a mobile ensemble of light-absorbing molecules at thermal equilibrium, is reported. Two mathematically different ways for obtaining the ensemble averages, the “direction cosine method” and the “Euler angle method”, are compared. Some examples illustrating the application of E-A equations in the analysis of electroabsorption spectra are presented.

Keywords
Electroabsorption; Stark effect; Electric dipole moment; Molecular polarizability; Angular distribution; Orientation; Alignment; Euler angle; Direction cosine
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology C: Photochemistry Reviews - Volume 8, Issue 1, March 2007, Pages 30–46
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