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This quantity of Advances in Chemical Physics is devoted, via the participants, to Moshe Shapiro, previously Canada examine Chair in Quantum keep watch over within the division of Chemistry on the college of British Columbia and Jacques Mimran Professor of Chemical Physics on the Weizmann Institute, who passed on to the great beyond on December three, 2013. It focuses totally on the interplay of sunshine with molecules, certainly one of Moshe’s longstanding clinical loves. despite the fact that, the big variety of issues coated during this quantity constitutes yet a small a part of Moshe’s enormous diversity of medical pursuits, that are good documented in over three hundred examine courses and books.
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The ZOBS is coupled to near-resonant zero-order dark states (ZODS) by strong, low-order anharmonic terms, included in the full Hamiltonian. This leads to quasi-eigenstates that carry some brightness (thicker lines), which are further coupled to the bath states, and being characterized by a finite decay rate. In the measured frequency domain spectrum, each of these states appears with intensity proportional to the brightness and with a width, Γ, proportional to the decay rate. The interaction with the bath states does not affect the spectral position of the quasi-eigenstates but rather the linewidths observed in the spectrum.
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