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Beam coupling–induced transparency in a bacteriorhodopsin-based saturable absorber

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Abstract

The nonlinear coupling of two beams in a saturable absorber is shown to cause a strong enhancement of the beams’ transmissivity. An analysis of this beam-coupling effect and its experimental demonstration with bacteriorhodopsin are given.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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