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Mapping <sup>13</sup>C hyperfine couplings and exchange interactions in short-lived charge separated states of rigid donor–bridge–acceptor dyads

Mapping 13C hyperfine couplings and exchange interactions in short-lived charge separated states of rigid donor–bridge–acceptor dyads

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ZHUKOV, Ivan, Natalya FISHMAN, Alexey KIRYUTIN, Nikita LUKZEN, Ulrich E. STEINER, Hans-Martin VIETH, Julian SCHÄFER, Christoph LAMBERT, Alexandra YURKOVSKAYA, 2021. Mapping 13C hyperfine couplings and exchange interactions in short-lived charge separated states of rigid donor–bridge–acceptor dyads. In: The Journal of Chemical Physics. American Institute of Physics (AIP). 155(22), 224201. ISSN 0021-9606. eISSN 1089-7690. Available under: doi: 10.1063/5.0073193

@article{Zhukov2021-12-14Mappi-56084, title={Mapping 13C hyperfine couplings and exchange interactions in short-lived charge separated states of rigid donor–bridge–acceptor dyads}, year={2021}, doi={10.1063/5.0073193}, number={22}, volume={155}, issn={0021-9606}, journal={The Journal of Chemical Physics}, author={Zhukov, Ivan and Fishman, Natalya and Kiryutin, Alexey and Lukzen, Nikita and Steiner, Ulrich E. and Vieth, Hans-Martin and Schäfer, Julian and Lambert, Christoph and Yurkovskaya, Alexandra}, note={Article Number: 224201} }

A detailed experimental study on reversible photo-induced intramolecular charge separation is presented based on nuclear magnetic resonance detection of chemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization. From variation of such polarization with the external magnetic field, the coupling constants of isotropic and anisotropic hyperfine interactions at individual <sup>13</sup>C sites are measured in the short-lived charge separated state of dyad molecules composed of donor–bridge–acceptor parts. The objects of study were rigid donor–bridge–acceptor dyads, consisting of triarylamine as a donor, naphthalene diimide as an acceptor, and a meta-conjugated diethynylbenzene fragment as a bridge. By systematic variation of side groups in the bridging moiety, their influence on the electron withdrawing strength is traced. In combination with similar data for the 1H positions obtained previously for the same compounds [I. Zhukov et al., J. Chem. Phys. 152, 014203 (2020)], our results provide a reliable basis for the determination of the spin density distribution in the charge separated state of such dyads. Mapping <sup>13</sup>C hyperfine couplings and exchange interactions in short-lived charge separated states of rigid donor–bridge–acceptor dyads Kiryutin, Alexey Lukzen, Nikita Yurkovskaya, Alexandra Fishman, Natalya Steiner, Ulrich E. Lambert, Christoph Vieth, Hans-Martin Schäfer, Julian Vieth, Hans-Martin eng Lukzen, Nikita Kiryutin, Alexey 2021-12-14 Zhukov, Ivan 2022-01-10T08:51:33Z Steiner, Ulrich E. Lambert, Christoph Schäfer, Julian Zhukov, Ivan Yurkovskaya, Alexandra 2022-01-10T08:51:33Z Fishman, Natalya

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