Scientific article

Excited-State Dynamics of Organic Dyes at Liquid/Liquid Interfaces

Published inLangmuir, vol. 28, no. 31, p. 11291-11301
Publication date2012

Liquid/liquid interfaces play a crucial role in numerous areas of science. However, direct spectroscopic access to this thin (∼1 nm) region is not possible with conventional optical methods. After a brief review of the most used techniques to perform interfacial optical spectroscopy, we will focus on time-resolved surface second harmonic generation, which allows the measurement of the excited-state dynamics of probe molecules at interfaces. By comparing these dynamics with those measured in bulk solutions, precious information on the properties of the interfacial region can be obtained. To illustrate this, several studies performed in our group will be presented.

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FEDOSEEVA, Marina, RICHERT, Sabine, VAUTHEY, Eric. Excited-State Dynamics of Organic Dyes at Liquid/Liquid Interfaces. In: Langmuir, 2012, vol. 28, n° 31, p. 11291–11301. doi: 10.1021/la301505e
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ISSN of the journal1520-5827

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