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Paper published in Nature Chemistry

last modified Oct 31, 2015 08:36 PM
Our paper on the multiexciton states mediating ultrafast singlet fission is published in Nature Chemistry

The role played by multiexcitonic states during ultrafast single fission has been a topic of much debate. In this work we shed light of the dynamics of these states ultrafast 2D electronic spectroscopy.  Our data reveal the crucial role of vibrational degrees of freedom coupled to electronic excitations that facilitate the mixing of multiexcitonic states with singlet excitons. The resulting manifold of vibronic states drives sub-100-fs fission with unity efficiency. Read the full paper here.

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