photoabsorption

photoabsorption

[‚fōd·ō·əb′sȯrp·shən]
(physics)
A process in which a photon transfers all its energy to an atom, molecule, or nucleus.
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peak] represent the full-width at half-maximum (FWHM) and the peak channel of the photoabsorption peak in pulse-height spectrum, respectively.
Density Functional Study on the Morphology and Photoabsorption of CdSe Nanoclusters.
The photoabsorption properties of a D-p-A dye are associated with intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) excitation from the donor to the acceptor moiety of the dye, resulting in efficient electron transfer through the acceptor moiety (such as carboxyl or hydroxyl) from the excited dye into the semiconductor CB.
Since 2000, Sharp has been pursuing research and development of a triple-junction compound solar cell that achieves high conversion efficiency by stacking three photoabsorption layers.
Photoabsorption process may be defined as an optical (intersubband) transition in low dimensional quantum mechanical systems.
The energy-band offsets at the donor/ acceptor interface in organic photovoltaics are key for generating free holes and electrons by photoabsorption.
1 eV) which has enabled us to obtain very high resolution Al, 2p, Si 2p, P 2p and S 2p core level photoelectron, photoabsorption (NEXAFS) and Auger spectra of gases and solids.
However, as dyes also absorb light, especially in the visible range, the influence of this photoabsorption by dyes should be excluded for evaluation of the real photocatalytic activity of photocatalyst [7].
Measured I to 40 keV photoabsorption cross sections for: Fe, Ni, Sn, Ta, Pt, Au, Pb, U, X-Ray Imaging II, L.