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I n these formulae, R indicates an atom bound by an “innocent” a-bond to the chromophore. In carbon compounds especially, it is quite evident that chromophores with internal fractional bondorders can be effectively separated by o-bonded chains, a most striking example being compoundsS1of the type Cl,,H,(CH,),C,4Hg where light quanta manifestly absorbed in the naphthalene part produce fluorescence in the anthracene group for n = 1 , 2, 3, whereas this process is much less probable for separated molecules in solution.