Coherent control of two photon fluorescence with a high-resolution spectral phase shaper

S. Postma, Paul Corkum (Editor), David M. Jonas (Editor), Herman L. Offerhaus, Vinod Subramaniam, R.J.Dwayne Miller (Editor), N.F. van Hulst, Andrew M. Weiner (Editor)

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We present effects of spectral shaping on the two-photon fluorescence from fluorescent dye molecules in solution and from quantum dots. The experiments are done with sub-25 fs pulses around 800 nm and a compact (7×10 cm2) high resolution reflective spectral phase shaper. Our results demonstrate that the sign of a phase step in the spectrum of the excitation pulses influences the amount of fluorescence. This implies that beside the two-photon spectral intensity the phase of this spectrum is important as well.
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Postma, S., Corkum, P. (Ed.), Jonas, D. M. (Ed.), Offerhaus, H. L., Subramaniam, V., Miller, R. J. D. (Ed.), ... Weiner, A. M. (Ed.) (2006). Coherent control of two photon fluorescence with a high-resolution spectral phase shaper. -. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-68781-8_67
Postma, S. ; Corkum, Paul (Editor) ; Jonas, David M. (Editor) ; Offerhaus, Herman L. ; Subramaniam, Vinod ; Miller, R.J.Dwayne (Editor) ; van Hulst, N.F. ; Weiner, Andrew M. (Editor). / Coherent control of two photon fluorescence with a high-resolution spectral phase shaper.
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Postma, S, Corkum, P (ed.), Jonas, DM (ed.), Offerhaus, HL, Subramaniam, V, Miller, RJD (ed.), van Hulst, NF & Weiner, AM (ed.) 2006, 'Coherent control of two photon fluorescence with a high-resolution spectral phase shaper' pp. -. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-68781-8_67

Coherent control of two photon fluorescence with a high-resolution spectral phase shaper. / Postma, S.; Corkum, Paul (Editor); Jonas, David M. (Editor); Offerhaus, Herman L.; Subramaniam, Vinod; Miller, R.J.Dwayne (Editor); van Hulst, N.F.; Weiner, Andrew M. (Editor).

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