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Mbrene ECL efficiency as a function of the separation rate (ksep)in 1,2-dimethoxyethane (DME), N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF), butyronitrile (BN) and y-butyrolactone (BL) solutions. The solid line represents the fit with triplet-triplet up-conversion rate kupc = 1 x 10" M-'s-'. Adapted from . 151 l l n 2 - llE I Fig. 15. Outer reorganization energy A, for the rubrene ECL system as a function of the solvent polarity parameter (Pekar factor ( l / n * - l / ~ ) ) , in (D) single and (0) mixed 1: 1 solvents.
47) can be further simplified. Now efficiencies of the direct formation of the excited singlet are expressed as follows: q5 kl 1 3 - -= - exp (-A0/4RT) ' - 3k3 Equation (5 1) may be directly applied in the interpretation of ECL efficiency data for DPA. 22 eV. Similar values are obtained from the calculation according to Eq. (6). 38 eV in N,N-dimethylformamide solutions has been found in [ 1301 for electron exchange between anthracene and its radical anion). These calculations must be treated only as a semiquantitative approach until the systematic temperature efficiency has been done, especially as the DPA ECL system has been study of studied only in a limited number of solvents.
It has been shown that the primary excited singlet (with excitation localized on the acceptor or donor subunit) undergoes a solvent-assisted femto/picosecond relaxation to a polar charge-transfer state. The intramolecular charge transfer leads to a large Stokes shift in the fluorescent states. These states are very polar, strongly stabilized in polar solvent, and situated energetically lower than the locally excited singlets of both subunits A and D. Their depopulation is a superposition of the radiative and radiationless electron transfer in the inverted Marcus region.