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GENERAL STUDY OF CLASSICAL AND NONCLASSICAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF TWO PHOTON ABSORPTION PROCESS IN ORGANIC MOLECULES
Freiman Estiven Triana Arango
Gabriel Ramos Ortiz
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Two-photon absorption
Entangled two-photon absorption
Hong-Ou-Mandel
HOM dip visibility
Joint Spectral Intensity
Entangled photons
"Two-photon absorption (TPA), a nonlinear optical phenomenon, is gaining attention for applications like laser scanning, microscopy, and therapy. Recent research explores entangled two photon absorption (ETPA) using correlated photons but faces debates regarding its magnitude and detection. This study introduces a novel method using changes in Hong-Ou-Mandel (HOM) interferogram visibility to probe ETPA's presence. It employs Rhodamine B dye and entangled photons at around 800nm to investigate conditions conducive to observing ETPA-induced changes. This innovative approach distinguishes genuine ETPA signals from linear optical losses often masquerading as ETPA effects, addressing a significant field challenge."
2023-09
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León, Guanajuato
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Triana-Arango, (2023). "General study of classical and nonclassical contributions of two photon absorption process in organic molecules". Tesis de Doctorado en Ciencias (Óptica). Centro de Investigaciones en Óptica, A.C. León, Guanajuato, México. 98 páginas.
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