• Thank you for stopping by. We are glad to show you some of our results which we obtained while studying photoinduced charge separation processes in condensed media.
    Our approach is different from what people usually use for such systems. The primary technique is not the time resolved fluorescence or the transient absorption (though we do those as well). We look directly at the extend of charge displacement in such systems. How we do it is explained on following pages. Here we just want to emphasize that the photoinduced transient displacement current ( PTDC) technique, as we call it, deals primarily with coulombically bound charges (either intra- or intermolecular separated) which eventually recombine. It is different from the photoconductivity because we do not create free charges and so the 'conductivity' term is not applicable.

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