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Light-induced and thermoinduced spectral diffusion in organic amorphous systems measured by hole-burning Stark spectroscopy

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Abstract

Light-induced and thermoinduced spectral diffusion (LISD and TISD) are investigated by means of hole-burning Stark spectroscopy on chlorin in polyvinyl butyral films. LISD is inefficient in the investigated case. TISD is a thermally activated process.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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