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Gdańsk University of Technology

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2019 70 MNiSW 2019
2017 25 A
2016 25 A
2015 25 A
2014 25 A
2013 25 A
2011 25 A
2008 27 A

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0301-0104

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  • Spectroscopic properties of Rhodamine B entrapped in hybrid porous nanolayers at high dye concentration
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    • A. Lewkowicz
    • A. Synak
    • B. Grobelna
    • L. Kułak
    • P. Bojarski

    - CHEMICAL PHYSICS - 2014

    The preparation procedure and characterization of Rhodamine B entrapped in zirconia, silica and mixed silica–zirconia nanolayers is described. The nanolayers were produced by the sol–gel spin-coating technique. The pronounced effect of the dye concentration on the absorption and fluorescence spectra as well as on time-resolved fluorescence spectra was found. The results show that the aggregation of Rhodamine B is stronger in silica...

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  • Calculation of adiabatic potentials of Li2

    Informujemy o adiabatycznych krzywych energii potencjalnej cząsteczki litu. Nasze krzywe są stabelowane według odległości międzyatomowej od 3,2 a0 do 88a0. Porównujemy nasze wyniki teoretyczne z wynikami obliczonymi przez innych autorów oraz krzywymi energii potencjalnej wyprowadzonymi z eksperymentów. W naszym podejściu używamy metody konfiguracji wzajemnego oddziaływania, gdzie tylko elektrony walencyjne atomu Li są traktowane...

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  • Multi-mode vibronic interactions in the five lowest electronic states of the fluorobenzene radical cation
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    • I. Bâldea
    • J. Franz
    • P. Szalay
    • H. Köppel

    - CHEMICAL PHYSICS - 2006

    The multi-mode vibronic interactions between the five lowest electronic states of the fluorobenzene radical cation are investigated theoretically, based on ab initio electronic structure data, and employing the linear vibronic coupling model. Low-energy conical intersections, and strong vibronic couplings are found to prevail within the set of X-A and B-C-D cationic states, while the interactions between these two sets of states...

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