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Even though n-pi* transition is a forbidden transition why does its intensity (OD) comparable to the pi-pi* transition for naphthalimide derivatives? I am getting the the above observation along with red shift for the latter and blue shift for the former transitions. I want to know the reason behind such an observation.

Is the comparable intensity (O.D.) related to any solvent effect or something else and why?