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What does ZPL stand for?

ZPL stands for Zero-Phonon Line

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Generally, a PHB hole consists of three parts (6), that is, a zero-phonon hole, which is a sharp hole emerging at the irradiation frequency and which is create by a photoreactive guest molecule whose zero-phonon line exists at the laser frequency; a phonon side hole, which possesses a broad hole emerging at the higher energy side of zero-phonon hole and which is created by the phonon side band of the same guest molecule that produces the zero-phonon hole; and finally a pseudo-phonon hole, which is a broad hole emerging at the lower energy side o the zero-phonon hole and which is created by molecules whose phonon side band exists at the laser frequency.