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Novel Approach in Algae Biofuel Production using Advanced Photonics

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Abstract

Utilization of evanescent fields for photosynthetic bacteria to produce biofuel can lead to thousandfold decrease in the volume of photobioreactors. We demonstrate the growth of bacteria enabled by the evanescent excitation using planar waveguides.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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