Zeolite-Y (Y), zeolite-L (L), mordenite (M), and ZSM-5 exchanged with methyl viologen C1VC12+ and N′,N″-trimethylenebis(1-methyl-4,4′-bipyridinium) (henceforth bisviologen) C1V2+-C3VC12+ were prepared. Treatment of the dried, viologen-doped zeolites with solvated electrons in diethyl ether readily yields the corresponding viologen radical cation, i.e., C1VC1·+ and C1V·+-C3VC1·+ within the zeolite pores. Although C1V·+-C3-VC1·+ readily folds to its intramolecular dimer C3[C1V·+]2 in solution, it remains in the open form in the four zeolites. C1VC1·+ readily dimerizes to [C1VC1·+]2 at high concentrations in L but not in other zeolites. However, C1V·+-C3-VC1·+ does not dimerize by itself in any of the four zeolites even at high concentrations. C1VC1·+ readily dimerizes in Y, L, and M when the pores are filled with water. The hydration-induced dimerization also works well for C1V·+-C3-VC1·+ in L and M. This leads to selective formation of the unprecedented intermolecular dimer of bisviologen radical cation, i.e., [C1V·+-C3-VC1·+]2 in L and M. The intramolecular analogue C3[C1V·+]2 can also be dispersed into Y, L, and M by direct occlusion of its bisperchlorate salt from the acetonitrile solution. The broad approx. 530 nm band of the viologen radical dimer splits into two when the viologen radical moieties are forced to juxtapose in the collinear conformation within the narrow and straight channels of L and M. The near-infrared band of the viologen radical dimer progressively blue shifts with decreasing the interannular distance. This paper thus demonstrates a novel use of zeolites to selectively disperse inter- and intramolecular dimers of diradical dication and to lock the viologen radical dimers into the collinear conformation which allows us to delineate the spectral variation of viologen radical dimers with changing the interannular conformation and distance.