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Excitation with unpolarized light at 480 nm. Left: Unpolarized observation. Middle and right: Linearly polarized observation. The arrows indicate the polarization direction. 11. Schematic view of a zeolite L crystal loaded with type 1 (Fig. 8) dyes with electronic transition moments aligned along the axis of the channels. Left: Side view of the morphology, size, and optical anisotropy of the material. Right: Front view of a few individual dye-ﬁlled channels. The polarization of absorbed and emitted light is indicated.
In all cases, Pyþ was speciﬁcally excited at 485 Æ 5 nm, where the absorption of Pyþ is strong and that of Oxþ is very weak, as can be seen from samples 1 and 7, which are the references. Reference 1 is loaded with 1:25 × 10À3 M Pyþ and 7 is loaded with the same amount of Oxþ. 00 × 10À2 M. A rough estimate of the mean donor-to-acceptor distance R DA can be obtained by assuming isotropic conditions and equal concentrations of donor and acceptor: 3 1 1=3 RDA ¼ ð65Þ 4p cA NA NA is the Avogadro number and cA is the concentration of Oxþ in the zeolite nanocrystal.
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