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Ultrafast Photoinduced Phase Conversion to a Metallic State in Quasi-one–dimensional Platinum Complexes under Extremely High-density Excitation

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Abstract

Ultrafast photoinduced phase conversion from a charge-density wave state to a metallic state in quasi-one-dimensional platinum complexes is successfully demonstrated by single-shot pump-probe spectroscopy with dual echelons under extremely high-density excitation above 1 photon/platinum site.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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