Molecular spectroscopy (and in a wider sense, molecular physics) is one of the traditional fields of interest in which the Institute of Physics has been involved from the very onset of its existence in 1953. Molecular photophysics group is one of the divisions in the Institute which are dealing with molecular spectroscopy as a tool and methodology of investigating fundamental problems in physics, as well as in the interdisciplinary areas at the boundary between physics and chemistry and/or molecular biology.
Our traditional fields of interest include investigations of charge-transfer (CT) interactions in organic electron-donor-acceptor (EDA) systems in their excited states, theoretical studies of photoinduced intramolecular TICT (twisted internal charge-transfer) and ESIPT (excited-state intramolecular proton transfer) reactions, investigations of photoactive organic solids.


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