Selective Assignment of Energy Transfer and Charge Separation Pathways in Reaction Centers by Pulse Polarized 2-D Photon Echo Spectroscopy
Chemistry Department, University of California, Irvine, California 92697-2025, USA
We present theoretical modelling of the nonlinear optical response of the bacterial reaction center incorporating electron and energy transfer on equal footing. Orthogonal polarized pulse sequences allow to dissect kinetic components in real space.
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