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The temperature effects on cases 1-3 above are as follows: We may consider a temperature increase to a finite value, creating an initial distribution of phonons. Consider case 3, with hR,<> h a , we have a Maxwell (gaussian) distribution.

For the intramolecular modes, Raman scattering allows us to observe many modes of g ~ymrnetry,'~among which the most intense are the completely symmetric modes of the aromatic skeleton: 390cm for bending of C-C-C angles, and 1400cm-' for stretching of the C-C bonds (breathing mode). 1. Dispersion of phonons in a deuterated anthracene crystal (S. L. , 1982). Upper part: calculated spectra. Lower part: dispersion measured by neutron scattering. The Raman-active modes at k = O(r) are marked R , and have symmetry A@) or B,(A).

For hao< 2B, the free exciton undergoes real scattering in the exciton band with absorption and emission of one phonon (Fig. 36). In @ hRo> 26% E F . 3. Scheme, in the various types of coupling, of the dispersion of the excitonvibration system as a function of the total wave vector. The energy origin is the lower excitonic state. For weak coupling, the free-exciton scattering on the vibrations provides a good picture (a, b). For strong coupling the localized exciton provides the most appropriate picture: molecular vibronic states (c) or self-trapped exciton (d).

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