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Noise-Induced Coherence in Molecular Processes

@inproceedings{Dodin2021NoiseInducedCI,
  title={Noise-Induced Coherence in Molecular Processes},
  author={Amro Dodin and Paul Brumer},
  year={2021}
}
Excitation of molecules by incident incoherent electromagnetic radiation, such as sunlight, is described in detail and contrasted with the effect of coherent (e.g. laser) light. The nature of the quantum coherences induced by the former, relevant to transport processes in nature and in technology, is emphasized. Both equilibrium and steady state scenarios are discussed, Three examples: simple models, calcium excitation in polarized light, and the isomerization of retinal in rhodopsin are used… Expand

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