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Surface Plasmon Resonator Biosensor Spatial Phase Sensitivity Enhancement through Optical Fiber Low Coherence Interferometry

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Abstract

The spatial phase sensitivity on the effective reaction length using optical fiber low coherence interferometry demonstrates 10.4-rad/µM, 34 times more enhancement than the polarized light phase characterization from spectral interferometry based surface plasmon resonance biosensors.

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