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dc-switchable and single-nanocrystal-addressable coherent population transfer
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FIG. 1.

The population transfer efficiency as the pump laser is detuned for the 1.5 nm Ge NC (top) and the 2.1 nm Si NC (bottom), with and without two-photon resonance . The left inset in the upper graph is a close-up for the central peak. The short blue lines on the detuning axis the energies of the intermediate states. The insets on the right show the electronic states and laser energies.

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FIG. 2.

Effect of dc Stark field on the overall transfer efficiency and maximum intermediate-state population for the 2.1 nm Si NC. The lines are only to guide the eyes.

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FIG. 3.

Two-photon detuning vs transfer efficiency for different time delays for the 2.1 nm Si NC. Upper inset: the maximum probability of finding the electron in any of the intermediate states throughout the transfer process. Lower inset: the effect of NC ellipticity on the two-photon detuning and transfer efficiency (lines are guides to the eyes); the horizontal dashed line marks the critical 0.3 meV two-photon detuning.


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Table I.

Laser parameters optimized for STIRAP for the 2.1 nm Si, and 1.5 nm Ge NCs. The incident electric fields are specified for free-space medium. Delay refers to time between the peaks of the Stokes and pump pulses both with Gaussian profiles.


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Scitation: dc-switchable and single-nanocrystal-addressable coherent population transfer