1969 Volume 42 Issue 12 Pages 3385-3389
The quenching efficiencies of five tervalent chromium complexes on the phosphorescence of erythrosin and benzil have been compared at the temperatures of dry ice and liquid nitrogen. The results were well explained in terms of the collisional energy transfer. It was observed that aromatic ligands enhanced the rate of the energy transfer even if the triplet energy of the donor was lower than that of the ligands.
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