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32) and it emits at 77 K. 05) at 77 K, which they attribute to the sterically hindered structure. No comments appear on photolysis of the complex. The molar absorbance of this complex is rather low (e 8880 M -1 cm -132)). This e value is the same as observed in [Ru(tro)2] 2+, but the quantum yields of the two compounds vary by an order of magnitude. We take it that E comparisons are useful only within a very limited range of ligands. C. Conclusion Many authors have commented on the complexity of the emission process.