Photon Antibunching In The Fluorescence Of A Single Dye Molecule Embedded In A Thin Polymer Film
We used scanning confocal microscopy to study the fluorescence from a single terrylene molecule embedded in a thin polymer film of polymethyl methacrylate, at room temperature, with a high signal-to-background ratio. The photon-pair correlation function g(²)(tau) exhibits perfect photon antibunching at tau = 0 and a limit of 1.3, compatible with bunching associated with the molecular triplet state. Application of this molecular system to a triggered single-photon source based on single-molecule fluorescence is investigated.
F. Treussart, A. Clouqueur, Carl H. Grossman, and J. F. Roch.
"Photon Antibunching In The Fluorescence Of A Single Dye Molecule Embedded In A Thin Polymer Film".
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