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Data from L.P. Chen et al provide new insights into metals
February 4th, 2008
"Inelastic X-ray scattering (IXS) spectrum provides a powerful tool to investigate the electronic structure of organic materials, in complimentary to the conventional optical spectra," scientists writing in the journal Synthetic Metals report.
"Starting from a single molecule, then a dimer, and finally a cluster of molecular aggregate, we developed a Frenkel exciton model to describe the IXS process based on the quantum chemical calculations for the molecular excitations in the organic crystal of open-ring photomerocyanine form of spirooxazine (Py-SO). It is shown that the quantum chemical calculation combined with Frenkel exciton model can well describe the...
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Source: China Business Newsweekly (2008-02-04)