Molecular binoculars: how to spatially resolve environmental fluctuations by following two or more single-molecule spectral trails at a time.

@article{Lubchenko2013MolecularBH,
  title={Molecular binoculars: how to spatially resolve environmental fluctuations by following two or more single-molecule spectral trails at a time.},
  author={Vassiliy Lubchenko and Robert J. Silbey},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  year={2013},
  volume={117 42},
  pages={12734-41}
}
We propose a novel type of spectral diffusion experiment that enables one to decouple spatial characteristics of the environmental fluctuations, such as their concentration, from the interaction with the chromophore. Traditional hole broadening experiments do not allow for such decoupling in the common case when the chromophore-environment interaction is… CONTINUE READING