Strong coupling between chlorosomes of photosynthetic bacteria and a confined optical cavity mode.

@article{Coles2014StrongCB,
  title={Strong coupling between chlorosomes of photosynthetic bacteria and a confined optical cavity mode.},
  author={David M Coles and Yanshen Yang and Yaya Wang and Richard T. Grant and Robert Anthony Taylor and Semion K Saikin and Al{\'a}n Aspuru-Guzik and David G Lidzey and Joseph Tang and Jason McC. Smith},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={5561}
}
Strong exciton-photon coupling is the result of a reversible exchange of energy between an excited state and a confined optical field. This results in the formation of polariton states that have energies different from the exciton and photon. We demonstrate strong exciton-photon coupling between light-harvesting complexes and a confined optical mode within a metallic optical microcavity. The energetic anti-crossing between the exciton and photon dispersions characteristic of strong coupling is… CONTINUE READING
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