diffraction

Photoinduced electron transfer is the movement of an electron from an atom or molecule to another atom or molecule. Intermolecular electron transfer occurs between different atoms or molecules that are not bound together. The rate of electron transfer for intermolecular electron transfer is a second-order kinetic process that depends on the concentrations of the two species. Intramolecular electron transfer occurs between different atoms or molecules that are bound together and the rate of intramolecular electron transfer is a first-order kinetic process.

Intermolecular ET

D* + A ⇒ D+ + A-
Intramolecular ET

D* — A ⇒ D+ — A-



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