J-Resonance Line Shape of Magnetic Field-Affected Reaction Yield Spectrum from Charge Recombination in a Linked Donor–Acceptor Dyad

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Schäfer, Julian
Lukzen, Nikita N.
Lambert, Christoph
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The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2018, 122(22), pp. 11701-11708. ISSN 1932-7447. eISSN 1932-7455
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Magnetic field effects (MFEs) allow detailed insight into spin conversion processes of radical pairs that are formed, for example, in all charge separation processes, and are supposed to play the key role in avian navigation. In this work, the MFE of charge recombination in the charge-separated state of a rigid donor–bridge–acceptor dyad was analyzed by a classical and a quantum theoretical model and represents a paradigm case of understanding spin chemistry with unprecedented detail. The MFE is represented by magnetic field-affected reaction yield (MARY) spectra that exhibit a sharp resonance, resulting from S/T level crossing as the Zeeman splitting equals twice the exchange interaction. Although in the classical kinetic model, the spin conversion processes between the four singlet and triplet substates are shown for the first time to obey an identical generalized energy dependence, quantum theory proves that the MARY resonance line is composed of relaxation, coherent hyperfine induced spin mixing, and S/T dephasing contributions.

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ISO 690STEINER, Ulrich, Julian SCHÄFER, Nikita N. LUKZEN, Christoph LAMBERT, 2018. J-Resonance Line Shape of Magnetic Field-Affected Reaction Yield Spectrum from Charge Recombination in a Linked Donor–Acceptor Dyad. In: The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2018, 122(22), pp. 11701-11708. ISSN 1932-7447. eISSN 1932-7455
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@article{Steiner2018JReso-42825,
  year={2018},
  title={J-Resonance Line Shape of Magnetic Field-Affected Reaction Yield Spectrum from Charge Recombination in a Linked Donor–Acceptor Dyad},
  number={22},
  volume={122},
  issn={1932-7447},
  journal={The Journal of Physical Chemistry C},
  pages={11701--11708},
  author={Steiner, Ulrich and Schäfer, Julian and Lukzen, Nikita N. and Lambert, Christoph}
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