We examine the influence of singlet-triplet intersystem crossing and excited state relaxation on exciton-photon coupling in small molecule organic optical microcavities. Both processes quench coupling under non-resonant excitation, allowing estimations of their relative transition rates.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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