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Thus, for example, the pyramidalization of the S1 state relative to the planar S0 state occurs along the Q4 normal coordinate (to a first approximation). As expected, the bands in the Q4 progression can be followed for several members, 410 , 430 , 450 , 401 , 421 , etc. consistent with the nonplanar structural displacement. These bands 45 ELECTRONIC STATES that mark the transitions to the levels in Q4 act as a set of pseudo-origins for progressions in the remaining totally symmetric Q1, Q2, and Q3 modes.
05 kcal/ mol (or $20 cmÀ1). The absence of an isotope effect for the hypericin reaction (and for the $10-ps reaction in hypocrellin A) indicates that the reaction coordinate is not the hydrogen atom coordinate (which theoretical and experimental results suggest is $1450 cmÀ1 in the hypericin triplet ) and consequently must involve the skeletal motions noted above. It has been suggested by an anonymous colleague that if there is a slow H-atom transfer that is not limited by the H-atom coordinate, ‘‘then it must be that vibrational excitation of oxygen or ring modes is what limits the rate.
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