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A very large E , value can be a harbinger of unresolved, high frequency relaxation components [l lo]. 7,. - E. Modern Theories of Solvation A number of theoretical models for solvation dynamics that go beyond the simple Debye-Onsager model have recently been developed. The simplest is an extension of Onsager model to include solvents with a non-Debye like E(w). In other regards that approach still assumes the solvent is a uniform dielectric continuum and the probe can be represented by a spherical cavity.
The simulations show that response of the first shell is much faster than that of the shells 2 and 3. The hydration dynamics were also studied by Karim et al. . These authors used the TIP4P model of water in their molecular dynamics simulations. 7~s. In this case simulated relaxation of the first solvation shell was also faster than that of the other shells. Table 4 compares experimental results of hydration dynamics obtained in our laboratory with M D simulations and calculations using D C and MSA models.
Alternatively, the solvent dependence of X ( t = co) can be estimated from the equilibrated fluorescence maximum hv,, of the probe in each solvent. Thus the dependence of the photophysical properties of the probe, on its fluorescence maximum hv,,, can be established. This is demonstrated in Figure 14. The usefulness of the curves in Figure 14 is clear if one considers Eq. (23) and the fact that in the subpicosecond solvation experiments, the excited state population S, can be assumed to be a constant during the solvation process.