The fluorescent states of tetratolylporphyrin and its zinc complex in acetone were quenched by various kinds of quinones. The transient effect for the collisional quenching caused the upward deviation of the plots of the inversed fluorescence intensities of the porphyrins vs the quinone concentrations. A charge‐transfer interaction between the porphyrins in the singlet excited states and the quinones was suggested from the dependence of the quenching rate constants on the electron affinities of the quinones.
|Number of pages
|Photochemistry and Photobiology
|Published - Mar 1983
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry