František Šanda

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Long-lived oscillations in 2D spectra of chlorophylls are at the heart of an ongoing debate. Their physical origin is either a multipigment effect, such as excitonic coherence, or localized vibrations. We show how relative phase differences of diagonal-and cross-peak oscillations can distinguish between electronic and vibrational (vibronic) effects. While(More)
Center line slope (CLS) analysis in 2D infrared spectroscopy has been extensively used to extract frequency-frequency correlation functions of vibrational transitions. We apply this concept to 2D electronic spectroscopy, where CLS is a measure of electronic gap fluctuations. The two domains, infrared and electronic, possess differences: In the infrared, the(More)
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