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Coherent Measurements of High-Order Electronic Correlations in GaAs Quantum Wells

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Multidimensional high-order coherent spectroscopy reveals correlations among more than two excitons. Features in the fifth-order and seventh-order spectra allow us to measure the extent of exciton correlations in a semiconductor nanostructure.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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