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Measurement of Electron Correlation Using Two-Dimensional Electronic Double-Quantum Coherence Spectroscopy

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Two-dimensional electronic double-quantum coherence spectroscopy (2D-DQCS) is a vibrationally sensitive, background-free measure of the electronic correlations between double and single excited states. 2D-DQCS measurements of organic dye molecules including wavelength and solvent dependence are reported.

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