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Longer wavelength excitation causes the two progressions to coalesce as the 34 kK state is excited directly. There is also a general sharpening as less excess energy is supplied to the 34 kK state. 30 4. The Case of Perylene We have seen how the absorption spectra between different states are affected by molecular symmetry. An extreme example is that of perylene, of which a partial Sl absorption spectrum has been published by Goldschmidt and Ottolenghi . As expected for a 02h molecule, there is little correspondence between the So-" Sn and Sr" Sn absorption spectra, and this has a profound effect on the shape of tne upper state fluorescence spectra.
1 x 10 4 M- T cm- . There is for the most part a good match between the peaks in the two singlet spectra, indicating that the same levels can be reached from either lower state. The obvious exception is the intense Sl absorption band near 16 kK, corresponding to a terminal level near 39 kK, which is not evident from the So absorption spectrum, and therefore must represent a symr2tryforbidden transition. This band would be expected to playa major part in populating upper states from Sl' but it cannot contribute greatly to the emission directly to the ground state.