Abstract

The probability of the bound state in reversible, geminate dissociation–recombination reactions decays at long times as t−3/2 rather than exponentially. We present the recent theoretical derivation of this long-time behavior and single-photon counting data that verify the theoretical prediction over 3 orders of magnitude.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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