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How Blinking Affects Photon Correlations in Multichromophoric Nanoparticles

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Schröder, Tim ; Bange, Sebastian ; Schedlbauer, Jakob ; Steiner, Florian ; Lupton, John M. ; Tinnefeld, Philip ; Vogelsang, Jan
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A single chromophore can only emit a maximum of one single photon per excitation cycle. This limitation results in a phenomenon commonly referred to as photon antibunching (pAB). When multiple chromophores contribute to the fluorescence measured, the degree of pAB has been used as a metric to “count” the number of chromophores. But the fact that chromophores can switch randomly between bright and ...


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