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Richard H. Squire, Norman H. March, Rebecca A. Minnick and Richard Turschmann Comparison of various types of coherence and emergent coherent systems International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 113

Version of Record online: 2 APR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/qua.24423

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Coherence in molecular systems has evolved considerably since the fundamental insights of London and Penrose and Onsager and the first “cold atom” studies of the 1990s. This article provides a comprehensive review of the most important examples of coherent systems, from Bose–Einstein condensates, to superfluidity, to “cold” atomic gases. The role of coherence in the highly efficient energy transfer in photosynthesis and possible new models for it are also discussed.

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