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We theoretically investigate the two-photon excitation of a molecular vibronic state by correlated photons with energy anticorrelation. A Morse oscillator having three sets of vibronic states is used, as an example, to evaluate the selectivity and efficiency of two-photon excitation. We show that a vibrational mode can be selectively excited with high(More)
We theoretically investigate the two-step excitation of a molecular vibronic state using quantum-correlated photons with time delay in order to control the population of the vibronic excited state. A Morse oscillator having three sets of vibronic states, namely, the ground state, intermediate states, and excited states, is used to evaluate the efficiency of(More)
We theoretically investigate the sequential two-step upconversion of correlated photon pairs with positive and negative energy correlations, in terms of how the up-conversion efficiency depends on the incident pulse delay. A three-level atomic system having a metastable state is used to evaluate the up-conversion efficiency. It is shown that a photon pair(More)
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