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Physical Review B
The coherent optical control of polariton modes is studied in time-resolved pulse-transmission experiments on a ZnSe/ ZnSSe heterostructure. Using a phase-locked pulse pair at low excitation intensity it is shown that the polariton modes, their quantum beat structure, and the radiative decay can be coherently manipulated. Calculations based on a microscopic polariton theory can explain the measured findings without the use of fit parameters. Additionally, the decay times of the coherentdoi:10.1103/physrevb.73.235345 fatcat:dwwjf5o4mvdu3cw6sijnjnfvcy