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Open Access Tunneling Energy Effects in Photoinduced Charge and Energy Transfer

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Driving force effects on electron transfer rates in molecular donor–bridge–acceptor systems have been investigated extensively in the past. Significantly less well explored are tunneling energy effects in long-range charge transfer. These effects have to do with the energy differences between the donor/acceptor energy levels and those of the bridging molecules that are in between the two reactants. This contribution summarizes some recent advances in this research field.

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Keywords: CHARGE SEPARATION; ELECTRON TRANSFER; ELECTRONIC COUPLING; SUPEREXCHANGE; TUNNELING

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2007

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