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Trends in Physical Chemistry   Volumes    Volume 15 
Effect of water and methanol on the laser induced excimer fluorescence decay of 2-methoxynaphthalene on α-alumina during temperature programmed desorption
Rachel J. DeHoog, Melissa A. Shew, Nicole K. Grabe, K. A. Martin, A. M. Nishimura
Pages: 49 - 59
Number of pages: 11
Trends in Physical Chemistry
Volume 15 

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The effect of water and methanol on the laser induced fluorescence decay of 2-methoxynaphthalene that had been vapor deposited as a bilayer on a crystal of α-alumina was observed. At about 25 K before the desorption of the methanol and water, thermally induced percolation into the 2-methoxy-naphthalene adlayer disrupted the formation of excimers. Due to the resulting intermolecular interaction between the water or methanol and 2-methylnaphthalene, the rate constant of the laser induced fluorescence decay increased while at the same time, the intensity of the excimer decreased.
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