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By Prof. Dr. Walter Klöpffer (auth.)

This publication has grown out of numerous classes oflectures held on the collage of Mainz within the years 1978 to 1981, on the Ecole Poly method Federal, Lausanne, and on the collage of Fribourg, Switzerland. The final classes have been held within the framework of the "3e Cycle" lectures in June 1981. in line with this genesis, the emphasis of the e-book lies on a unified and concise method of introducing polymer spectroscopy instead of on completeness which, incidentally, may possibly hardly ever be accomplished in one quantity. unlike different books in this topic, equivalent weight is given to digital spectroscopy, vibrational spectroscopy and spin resonance strategies. The digital homes of polymers were more and more investigated within the final ten years; until eventually lately, even though, those stories and the spectroscopic tools utilized haven't commonly been regarded as a part of polymer spectroscopy. The expanding use of digital spectroscopy through polymer researchers, nonetheless, exhibits that this kind of spectroscopy offers effective instruments for gaining perception into the houses of polymers which can't be received via the other means.

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This, however, has been observed only in rigid solutions, although a small red shift is detected in most cases 19). 6. For sterical reasons, excimer formation can take place only at a few sites of higher than average energy, since these complexes, which can exist only in the excited state 27), require nearly complete overlap of the molecular planes in a sandwich-like arrangement. Excimer fluorescence and the absence of monomer fluorescence in pure solid aromatic polymers proves energy transfer since absorption of photons occurs randomly, whereas fluorescence is emitted, only from specific centres, called excimer-forming sites 46 ).

Vibrational relaxation (vertical wave lines) is assumed to be much faster than the other processes (condensed phase) 40 4 Fluorescence- and Phosphorescence Spectroscopy of Polymers orescence (¢F) and phosphorescence (¢p) are given by the ratios of the radiative rate constants to the sum of all competing rate constants [Eqs. 3) The true quantum efficiency may generally be defined according to Eq. 4) indicates the fraction of emitting states radiatively deactivated. The experimental quantum efficiencies are related to the number of photons absorbed and are identical with the true quantum efficiencies if each photon absorbed creates one emitting state.

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