By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice
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By taking into account Á, our model considers a dimer comprising two electronic asymmetry Bchls. We ﬁrst deﬁne a unitary matrix as 1 0 cos y À sin y 0 0 B sin y cos y 0 0 C C B ð2:45Þ U¼B C @ 0 0 1 0A 0 0 0 1 where tan y ¼ and a¼Áþ b a ð2:46aÞ qﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ Á2 þ b 2 Á þ ð2:46bÞ The unitary transformation applying Eq. 45) to Eq. 41) yields ~ U þ HU ¼ H ~0 þ V ~ H 0 "þ a 0 0 B 0 "À 0 a ~0 ¼ B H B @ 0 0 a3 0 and 0 0 B 0 ~ ¼B V B @ b23 sin y b14 cos y 0 0 0 0 0 1 C C C A ð2:47Þ ð2:48aÞ a4 1 0 b23 sin y b14 cos y 0 b23 cos y Àb14 sin y C C C A b23 cos y 0 b34 Àb14 sin y b34 0 ð2:48bÞ 18 s.
13) is called the Liouville equation, which is the equation of motion for r 46 s. h. lin et al. general we have XX 0 0 drnm ¼ Ài Lnnmm rn0 m0 ; dt n0 m0 1 0 0 Lnnmm ¼ ðHnn0 dmm0 À Hm0 m dnn0 Þ h " ð4:14Þ To show an application we introduce the effective Hamitonian method. For this purpose we ﬁrst set H 0 ¼ 0. In this case, Eq. 19) shows that ga is related to the lifetime of an a state. Similarly, we have rab ðtÞ ¼ Ca ðtÞCbÃ ðtÞ ¼ Ca ð0ÞCbÃ ð0ÞeÀ"hðEa ÀEb Þ eÀ2ðga þgb Þ ¼ rab ð0Þeitoba eÀgab t it t ð4:20Þ where gab is called the dephasing constant and is related to ga and gb as 1 1 1 1 þ gab ¼ ðga þ gb Þ ¼ ð4:21Þ 2 2 ta tb where ta and tb represent the lifetimes.
102) can be rewritten as aif ðoÞ ¼ 2po 3" haa c ð1 À1 dteÀito XX Pi jhÂf 0 j~ mfi jÂi ij2 eitof 0 ; i ð3:103Þ 0 or ð1 À1 0 eit o aif ðoÞ do 4p2 X X 4p2 0 FðtÞ ¼ Pi jhÂf 0 j~ mfi jÂi ij2 eit of 0 ; i ¼ 3" haa c 0 3"haa c o ð3:104Þ 42 s. h. lin et al. f ¼ 1 jAD j2 3" haa c "h e2 R6AD 4p2 ð1 À1 dtFD ðtÞ ð1 do ito ðAÞ e aif ðoÞ À1 o ð3:107Þ Carrying out the integration with t in Eq. f ¼ ð 1 jAD j2 3" haa c 1 do ðAÞ a ðoÞ h e2 R6AD 2p À1 o if " " # XX Â Pi jhÂf 0 j~ mfi jÂi ij2 dðof 0 ;i þ oÞ 0 ð3:108Þ D It has been shown that the normalized intensity distribution function of emission for i !
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