Easy and Handy Jablonski Diagram Software

Easy and handy Jablonski diagram software helps you draw Jablonski diagram with little effort. Free download and edit the Jabloski diagram templates with Edraw Jablonski diagram software.

What is Jablonski Diagram?

Named after the Polish physicist Aleksander Jabłoński who did significant research on fluorescence and molecular photophysics in the 1930's, Jablonski diagram has been playing an important role in molecular spectroscopy. Jablonski diagrams describe the electronic states of molecules, transitions and associated light emitting phenomena. 

Jablonski Diagram Software

Edraw Jablonski diagram software provides you with powerful diagraming toolkit and vector symbols to make Jablonski diagrams. In Jablonski diagram, nonradiative transitions are indicated by squiggly arrows and radiative transitions by straight arrows. The vibrational ground states of each electronic state are indicated with thick lines, the higher vibrational states with thinner lines. All the necessary vector-based shapes, lines and arrows can be found easily in Edraw's symbols library. Scientists can export their Jablonski diagram to various formats for convient sharing and researching, such as MS Office, PDF, and common graphics.

Jablonski diagram software

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Jablonski Diagram Example - Molecular Spectroscopy

Here is an easy Jablonski diagram example showing the excitation of molecule A to its single excited state. If you find it useful in your research, you can click the image to free download and customize it for your own use.

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