Long-time behavior of reversible geminate recombination reactions Academic Article uri icon


  • 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.

publication date

  • January 1, 1990