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Picosecond time-resolved photon antibunching measures nanoscale exciton motion and the true number of chromophores

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-463773
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10.5283/epub.46377
Hedley, Gordon J. ; Schröder, Tim ; Steiner, Florian ; Eder, Theresa ; Hofmann, Felix J. ; Bange, Sebastian ; Laux, Dirk ; Höger, Sigurd ; Tinnefeld, Philip ; Lupton, John M. ; Vogelsang, Jan
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Abstract

The particle-like nature of light becomes evident in the photon statistics of fluorescence from single quantum systems as photon antibunching. In multichromophoric systems, exciton diffusion and subsequent annihilation occurs. These processes also yield photon antibunching but cannot be interpreted reliably. Here we develop picosecond time-resolved antibunching to identify and decode such ...

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