Quantum control experiment reveals solvation-induced decoherence.

@article{Walle2009QuantumCE,
  title={Quantum control experiment reveals solvation-induced decoherence.},
  author={Peter van der Walle and Maaike T. W. Milder and L Kuipers and Jennifer L. Herek},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2009},
  volume={106 19},
  pages={7714-7}
}
Coherent control holds the promise of becoming a powerful spectroscopic tool for the study of complex molecular systems. Achieving control requires coherence in the quantum system under study. In the condensed phase, coherence is typically lost rapidly because of fluctuating interactions between the solvated molecule and its surrounding environment. We investigate the degree of attainable control on a dye molecule when the fluctuations of its environment are systematically varied. A single… CONTINUE READING

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