Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal

The study of a two-level molecular system with permanent dipole moments (PDM) immersed in a thermal bath and interacting with an electromagnetic field depends on the inclusion of the rotating wave approximation (RWA). A methodology based on cumulant expansions to obtain the average in the Fourier co...

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Main Authors: Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis, C?rdenas Garc?a, Jaime Fernando, Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo
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spelling oai:localhost:28000-25442017-11-01T17:56:23Z Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis C?rdenas Garc?a, Jaime Fernando Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo PERMANENT DIPOLE MOMENTS SOLVENT EFFECTS ROTATING WAVE APPROXIMATION The study of a two-level molecular system with permanent dipole moments (PDM) immersed in a thermal bath and interacting with an electromagnetic field depends on the inclusion of the rotating wave approximation (RWA). A methodology based on cumulant expansions to obtain the average in the Fourier components associated with the coherences and populations, calculated by the optical stochastic Bloch equations, is employed. With these equations, we have modeled the optical responses for the four-wave mixing signal and we have demonstrated that inside the RWA the PDM cannot be measured. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09500340.2014.986235 2016-10-21T21:01:00Z 2016-10-21T21:01:00Z 2014 article Paz, Jos? Luis. et al. (2014). Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal. Journal of Modern Optics.Vol 62. N? 5. pp. 403-411 1362-3044 http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/2544 eng closedAccess http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ec/ pp. 403-411
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topic PERMANENT DIPOLE MOMENTS
SOLVENT EFFECTS
ROTATING WAVE APPROXIMATION
spellingShingle PERMANENT DIPOLE MOMENTS
SOLVENT EFFECTS
ROTATING WAVE APPROXIMATION
Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis
C?rdenas Garc?a, Jaime Fernando
Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo
Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal
description The study of a two-level molecular system with permanent dipole moments (PDM) immersed in a thermal bath and interacting with an electromagnetic field depends on the inclusion of the rotating wave approximation (RWA). A methodology based on cumulant expansions to obtain the average in the Fourier components associated with the coherences and populations, calculated by the optical stochastic Bloch equations, is employed. With these equations, we have modeled the optical responses for the four-wave mixing signal and we have demonstrated that inside the RWA the PDM cannot be measured.
author Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis
C?rdenas Garc?a, Jaime Fernando
Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo
author_facet Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis
C?rdenas Garc?a, Jaime Fernando
Rodr?guez, Luis Gerardo
author_sort Paz Rojas, Jos? Luis
title Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal
title_short Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal
title_full Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal
title_fullStr Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal
title_full_unstemmed Rotating Wave Approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a Four-Wave Mixing Signal
title_sort rotating wave approximation effects on the nonlinear optical responses of complex molecular systems using a four-wave mixing signal
publishDate 2016
url http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/2544
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