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SCHEPP 300 I l 9 I i , I ' ' ' I , , , 400 I ' ' ' I , , , 500 I ' ' I , , 600 | 700 Wavelength, nm Figure 1. 001 M 4-methoxystyrene. for which the oxidation potential of the donor is comparable to or slightly higher than that of biphenyl. 28 The problems associated with low cage escape yields using singlet sensitizers can also be overcome by using triplet sensitizers such as quinones. In this case electron transfer generates a triplet radical ion pair which must undergo intersystem crossing to the singlet ion pair prior to back electron transfer to regenerate the ground state donor and acceptor.
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Advances in Electron Transfer Chemistry, Vol 5 by Patrick S. Mariano