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If the transitions are degenerate (i.e., if the groups are identical) the

coefficients in Eq. (49) or (50) must be determined. For our dimer here the

coefficients are as follows [Tinoco, 1963; see also Eq. (36)]: C, - +1/v/2 (Ciar; i = 1;

K = 1); Ca ...

If the transitions are degenerate (i.e., if the groups are identical) the

**exciton**coefficients in Eq. (49) or (50) must be determined. For our dimer here the

coefficients are as follows [Tinoco, 1963; see also Eq. (36)]: C, - +1/v/2 (Ciar; i = 1;

K = 1); Ca ...

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(3) At still shorter wavelengths, there is a cluster of perpendicularly polarized

wavelength of 186 mp. The rotational strength here, then, is essentially the

negative, ...

(3) At still shorter wavelengths, there is a cluster of perpendicularly polarized

**exciton**bands which give a net rotational strength of -5.23 DBM at an averagewavelength of 186 mp. The rotational strength here, then, is essentially the

negative, ...

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Whereas Pysh did not consider the effects of distributing the nonexciton

contribution over the r"—r

kenshtein specifically did. It was found that the amplitudes of the

are greatly ...

Whereas Pysh did not consider the effects of distributing the nonexciton

contribution over the r"—r

**exciton**system (see footnote 24) Zubkov and Wol'kenshtein specifically did. It was found that the amplitudes of the

**exciton**bandsare greatly ...

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