2 edition of Excitons, magnons and phonons in molecular crystals found in the catalog.
Excitons, magnons and phonons in molecular crystals
International Symposium on Excitons, Magnons and Phonons in Molecular Crystals (1968 Beirut)
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Excitons, Magnons and Phonons in Molecular trc-music.comdings of a symposium, Beirut, A. B. Zahlan, trc-music.comdge University Press, New York, xii + Description: Excitons: Their Properties and Uses presents the fundamental properties of excitons and emphasizes the extensive use of excitons as a tool in understanding the properties of materials. This book explores the basic and technological importance of the physical parameters of materials.
Prof. Mostafa A. El-Sayed’s Publications: (updated 7/31/18) Total publications: , total citations: , H-index: Publications from 1 to are on research carried out at . The phonon dispersion curves for the 12 external and the four lowest internal modes in d 8-naphthalene (C 10 D 8) have been determined at 6K for the (xi,0,0), (0, xi,0), (0,0, xi), (1 / 2, xi,0) and (xi, xi,0) directions by coherent inelastic neutron trc-music.com results agree very well with optical data. Calculations performed in the harmonic approximation for the rigid-molecule.
ELECTRON-VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA OF MOLECULES AND CRYSTALS. E F Sheka McClure D. S. Excitons, Magnons and Phonons in Molecular Crystals, Beiruth, Lebanon, 15–18 Jan. ed M. Zalahn (London) p  Dynamics of Frenkel excitons in 2-dimensional molecular crystals. Exciton states of molecular aggregates, with a particular focus on delocalization length, are discussed. Despite the huge number of studies of molecular excitons, it is argued that there remain interesting open questions. It is hypothesized that limits for equilibrium delocalization length are generally in t Quantum effects in complex systems.
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The interaction of Frankel excitons with optical phonons in molecular crystals is studied by means of a Green's function method in which the use of a canonical transformation allows most of the exciton–phonon interaction to be treated trc-music.com by: Iguchi K.
() Green Function of an Exciton Coupled with Phonons in Molecular Crystals. In: Masuda K., Silver M. (eds) Energy magnons and phonons in molecular crystals book Charge Transfer in Author: Kaoru Iguchi.
The phonon sidebands on the excitons observed in certain molecular crystals may be represented by a weighted density of states. It is here shown qualitatively and by reference to typical experiments that this function does not, in general, resemble the true density of states but often may be predicted from data on the Brillouin zone centre translational trc-music.com by: 4.
Exciton–phonon interaction in molecular crystals with noncorrelated couplings between excited states and lattice vibrations Article in The Journal of Chemical Physics (20) Jun 01, · Books which were devoted to the exciton problem so far mainly considered the spectral properties of molecular crystals.
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bands of optical phonons (a qualitative discussion of the effects of acoustic phonons is given in Sec. For optical phonons in molecular crystals the exciton-phonon interaction term, X', cannot generally be treated as a small perturbation.
On the other hand, the dispersion of e(k), the free exciton energy, is. Abstract. The energy spectrum of excitons in the superliquid state has been investigated in interaction with phonons in molecular crystals.
The corresponding branches of the energy spectrum of elementary excitations have been determined and the effect of the interaction with phonons on their stability has been investigated and trc-music.com: M.
Trlifaj. The complete one‐phonon density‐of‐states of a molecular crystal can be mapped out by a carefully chosen exciton sideband involving a localized molecular internal excitation in a dilute isotopic mixed crystal.
A theoretical derivation shows that the necessary criteria are: absence of localized in‐band phonons; applicability of a phonon amalgamation limit for the mixed crystal; weak Cited by: Frenkel excitons are usually found in alkali halides and organic molecular crystals composed of aromatic molecules.
Wannier-Mott Excitons If the attractive Coulomb interaction between the electron and hole is weak, one gets a Wannier-Mott exciton. Frenkel excitons are typically found in alkali halide crystals and in organic molecular crystals composed of aromatic molecules, such as anthracene and tetracene.
Another example of Frenkel exciton includes on-site d - d excitations in transition metal compounds with partially-filled d -shells. phonons practically disappears. A discussion is also given of excitons in molecular crystals, which are treated as narrow-band systems; here the existence of bound states is not related to the presence of a threshold in the exciton spectrum.
The existence of bound. Entire Phonon Spectrum of Molecular Crystals by the Localized Exciton Sideband Method: Naphthalene Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Chemical Physics 57(12) ·. The material choice, layer thickness, and twist angle widely enrich the family of van der Waals heterostructures (vdWHs), providing multiple degrees of freedom to engineer their optical and electronic properties.
The moiré patterns in vdWHs create a periodic potential for electrons and excitons to yield many interesting phenomena, such as Hofstadter butterfly spectrum and moiré excitons Cited by: Nonlinear Quantum-Mechanical Properties of Excitons and Phonons Properties of Nonlinear Excitations and Motions of Protons, Polarons and Magnons in Different Systems Readership: Graduates and researchers in the fields of nonlinear science, quantum, theoretical and condensed matter physics.
Magnons Phonons and Excitons, Zahlan in B. by Crystals Molecular A. Molecular Crystals Magnons in B. Phonons by Excitons, and Zahlan $ Resonance Effects of Excitons and Electrons: Basics and Applications by Ion Geru Resonance Effects of. Excitons, Magnons and Phonons in Molecular Crystals: Proceedings of an International Symposium held at the Physics Department of the American University of Beirut, Lebanon A.
B. Zahlan Published by Cambridge University Press.The nature of energy delocalization in molecular crystals D.M. Hanson Chemical Physics Letters 11 Crossref. Interaction of Frenkel excitons with phonons in anthracene J Slechta Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics 4 IOPscience.
Calculation of Ground State Vibrational Structure and Phonons of the Isotopic Benzene Crystals.Organic molecular crystals operate in a relatively unexplored region in the landscape of solid-state physics.
This region is characterized by narrow bands with transport at the boundary between hopping and band transport, and by excitons with high binding energy that are an important hurdle towards free carrier photoexcitation.