Light-Matter Interaction in Organic Microcavities with Vibronic Progressions

The optical properties of an organic polycrystalline layer of NTCDA embedded in a microcavity show exciton-photon coupling between the cavity mode and both the 0 - 0 and 0 - 1 transitions. In this work we present a theoretical microscopic model that reproduces the experimental data and explains the creation of an additional third polaritonic dispersion relation. Furthermore, a theoretical insight into the problem of polariton relaxation and photoluminescence in presence of vibronic replicas is given using a general model based on a master equation approach.


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Physics Of Semiconductors, 1199, 135-136
Presented at:
29th International Conference on Physics of Semiconductors, Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL, Jul 27-Aug 01, 2008
Year:
2009
Publisher:
Amer Inst Physics, 2 Huntington Quadrangle, Ste 1No1 D, Melville, Ny 11747-4501 Usa
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