By Richard C. Alkire, Charles W. Tobias
This sequence, previously edited by way of Heinz Gerischer and Charls V. Tobias, now edited by means of Richard C. Alkire and Dieter M. Kolb, has been warmly welcomed by means of scientists world-wide that is mirrored within the experiences of the former volumes:
'This is an important ebook for researchers in electrochemistry; it covers parts of either basic and useful value, with stories of top quality. the cloth is particularly good awarded and the alternative of issues displays a balanced editorial coverage that's welcomed.' The Analyst
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1 Aromatic Hydrocarbons Aromatic hydrocarbons, with the reaction scheme as described above, play the same key role in ECL studies as in organic electrochemistry and organic UV-VIS spectroscopy. 5,6,11,12-Tetraphenyltetracene(rubrene) and 9,lO-diphenylanthracene (DPA) are the most notable examples (Fig. 10). The stability of their radical ions, with the quantum efficiency q50 of the parent molecules near unity,  has fascinated many ECL investigators since the 1960s ([122,123] and cited references).
67) k3/kcT = (1 - 44es)/34es). It was possible  to evaluate those rates (and also to predict the experimentally observed q ! ~ ~ ~from ) pertinent electrochemical and spectroscopic data. The necessary thermodynamic quantities may be evaluated using the literature data for relatively well-understood electron exchange between the neutral species (A or D) and its own radical anion or cation (A- or D+, respectively), but a somewhat different approach seems to be more accurate. The quantities needed (Air&,, and V3) are chosen to obtain the best fit between experimentally found and theoretically predicted cjeSvalues.
If the exothermicity of the annihilation of the given ions is still smaller than the energy of the excited triplet states, the reaction is generally not of interest, although it has been shown that such systems may still produce light. This last case, however, corresponds formally to radiative electron transfer from R- to R+ (the E-route). It should be described in terms of the competition between radiative and radiationless transition in the inverted Marcus region. , formation of the ground state in reaction (31)) can be calculated in a straightforward way from the standard electrode potential of oxidation E & and reduction E;ed of the parent compounds.
Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering, Volume 5 by Richard C. Alkire, Charles W. Tobias