By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice
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Temperature effect on ET rates of Rb. capsulatas and its mutants. The data are reproduced from Ref. 6. 35 ultrafast dynamics and spectroscopy TABLE VI Vibrational Modes and Coupling Constants Transitions Vibrational Modes ——————————————————————————————— 100 224 750 1200 1400 1520 Coupling Constants P ! PÃ P ! Pþ H ! 12 a Our result determined for absorption spectroscopy. We have assumed that the coupling constants for B ! BÀ are the same as those for H ! H À , since the electronic structures of H and B are similar.
In this case, the thermal average rate constant given by Eq. f ¼ XX 2p jTfi j2 Pi jhÂf 0 jÂi ij2 dðEf 0 À Ei Þ h " 0 ð3:32Þ where jhÂf 0 jÂi ij2 is the Franck–Condon factor. It should be noted that in Tfi given by Eq. 30), the ﬁrst term Hfi0 represents the direct transfer process (or the P H0 H0 transfer process through space), while the second term n EifnÀEnin denotes the superexchange process (or the transfer through the bond process). f given by Eq. 32), we shall assume that both potential energy surfaces of the two excited vibronic manifolds of the DA system consist of a collection of harmonic oscillators, that is, Âi ¼ Y wij ðQj Þ ð3:33Þ wf 0j ðQ0j Þ ð3:34Þ j and Âf 0 ¼ Y j Using the relation 1 dðof 0 ;i Þ ¼ 2p ð1 dteitof 0 ;i À1 ð3:35Þ 29 ultrafast dynamics and spectroscopy for the delta function, Eq.
62), s ^ ^ ^ ds 1 d2 s 1 dn s 2 ^ ðt À tÞ ¼ s ^ ðtÞ þ ðÀtÞ þ ðÀtÞ þ Á Á Á þ ðÀtÞn þ Á Á Á s 2 n dt 2! dt n! dt " # 1 X 1 dn n ^ ðtÞ ðÀtÞ s ¼ n!
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 121 by Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice