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Nonradiative Decay in Rhenium(I) Monometallic Complexes of 2,3-Di(2-pyridyl)pyrazine and 2,3-Di(2-pyridyl)quinoxaline

The Journal of Physical Chemistry, 99(50), 17680- 17690, December 1995

Photo Needed Wyatt R. Murphy Jr., Ph.D.
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
J. A. Baiano, R. J. Kessler, R. S. Lumpkin and M. J. Munley

The results of this analysis show that the CO modes make a small contribution to the overall nonradiative decay rate. The greater degree of complex solvent interactions, as evidenced by large Delta upsilon(1/2) values, is the major factor in the large values of k(m), relative to non-carbonyl-containing complexes.


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