Spectral Entrainment Due to Second Harmonic Collective Polarizations in Solids
The phenomena of mutual entrainment have been recognized as a pulling effect of a group of oscillators in various fields. This paper demonstrates the quantum mechanical derivation of spectral features due to dipole-dipole interactions among induced dipole moments in solids [1, 2]. The derived feature includes splitted energy levels reminiscent of the spectral structure of mutual entrainment .
KeywordsCoherent State Localize Mode Exciton Band Induce Dipole Moment Frenkel Exciton
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