Dissipative tunneling control by elliptically polarized fields

Hartmann, Ludwig; Grifoni, Milena
August 1998
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/15/1998, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p2635
Academic Journal
Investigates the tunneling dynamics of a dissipative two-level system driven by elliptically polarized fields. Specifications of the generalized master equation (GME); Comparison between numerical solutions of the GME and analytical approximations to the periodic dynamics; Identification of novel phenomena.


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