Two distinct excited state processes are resolved in tris-[2,2′-bipyridine] ruthenium(II). Time resolved anisotropy measurements reveal a solvent dependent depolarization indicative of charge localization. Transient absorption measurements resolve wavepacket motion on the excited state surface(s) independent of solvent.

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