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24 A. Kapturkiewicz according to Eq. 959 [107,108]. where tf is the duration of the first (forward) step of the triple-step sequence and tr is the time span of the second (reverse) step. In the case of the “pure” T-route (treated as a superposition of two bimolecular reactions) as well as for the “mixed” ST-route, ~ nonlinear . This criterion may plots of the ECL intensities I ( & ) vs. ( ~ / t , ) ’ ’are be used to distinguish the S-route from the T- or ST-routes in ECL experiments. However, similar deviations from linearity are also caused by a reactant’s instability.
Solvent name abbreviations: ACN, acetonitrile; BL, y-butyrolactone; BN, butyronitrile; DME, 1,2-dimethoxyethane; DMF, N,Ndimethylformamide; NMP, N-methylpyrrolidone; THF, tetrahydrofuran; a, benzene; aCH3 toluene; QCN, benzonitrile. Adapted from . As discussed above, the experimental values of the excited-state yields q5es are connected to competition between the parallel electron transfer processes. To a first approximation,in the case of DPA the q5ecl is given by the ratio of the rate constants of reactions (33), (34) and (35): 4ecl = 4es4o = kl/(kl + 3k3 + ko) (45) In Eq.
Integration of Eq. 4 nfi, M 2 -31n(10) c 4 % ~ (A0 - AG12 +jhvi - hCfia)2 4X, RT ~ 1 (17) The quantity ~ ( f i , ) is defined by log(Z/Zo) = -&(fia)CL, where C is the molar concentration of the solute, Z and ZO are the transmitted and incident light intensity, and L is the optical path length. From Eqs. (15) and (17) simple approximate expressions for the absorption fi," and emission fiymaxima may be obtained: h c f i y M -AG12 + A, + Xi and hcvfmaX M -AG12 - A, - Xi (18) Both maxima are also simply connected with AG12, allowing the independent determination of this quantity from the spectroscopic data: AG12 x -[hcfi?