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Namely, the /-aggregate-type interaction tends to enhance a, while the //-aggregatetype interaction tends to reduce it. This supports the feature that the enhancement (reduction) of 7 (W)-aggregate model occurs except for both-end regions (see Figs. 9(L25J) and (L25H)). It is also found for (S25) that the contributions in the middle region are more enhanced in the column direction, while those are somewhat more reduced in the row direction. This spatial variation in the intermolecular-interaction contribution can be well explained by considering the features observed in (L25J) and (L25H).

Z, is the atomic number of the /th nucleus and H0 is the field-free Hamiltonian. The total energy E can be obtained as the expectation values (XP|//|VF) for the wavefunctions *P in the presence of the electric field. Similarly, the dipole moment \l is expressed as M=Cr|Iz,*,-Xim (30) The differentiation of total energy E with respect to F' gives dE_ dF' d*F H\V) dF' + d*F {V\^-\Y) + {V\H •^7 • dF (3D If f i s the true wavefunction, the first and third terms on the right-hand side of Eq. (31) is equal to zero by the Hellmann-Feynman theorem [71].

The magnitudes of relaxation effects on one- and twoexciton contributions to y are found to slightly decrease, respectively. 02) in Sec. 1) in Sec. 1. The dominant reductions occur in regions f, f, h, h \ e, e' and a and their magnitudes slightly decrease as going from the periphery to the core. This feature is caused by the fact that the decoherence process is more remarkable in periphery regions (higher energy exciton states). Although the total relaxation effects on yfor D10 and D25 are shown to have contributions with mutually opposite signs, the magnitudes of one- and two-exciton contributions are reduced in both systems by relaxation effects.

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