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Published December 15, 1974 | public
Journal Article

Triplet exciton band structure of crystalline phenazine


The structure of the lowest triplet state of crystalline phenazine was studied by optical and magnetic resonance techniques. The exciton band was characterized by a large translationally equivalent splitting (17 ± 1 cm^(−1)) which was determined from the resonance pair spectrum. The spin splittings were obtained using the optical detection of magnetic resonance of phosphorescent phenazine crystals at 1.5 K.

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© 1974 Elsevier B.V. Received 23 July 1974, Revised manuscript received 31 July 1974. The author gratefully acknowledges the help and the useful discussions with Professor C.B. Harris. The useful comments of Professor R.M. Hochstrasser were greatly appreciated. Also the discussions with M. Lewellyn were very fruitful and helpful. This work was supported in part by NSF and in part by Inorganic Materials Research Division of Lawrence Berkeley laboratory under the auspices of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.

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