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Optical novelty filter using bacteriorhodopsin film

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Abstract

A new kind of optical novelty filtering by an incoherent light system is presented that is based on a special property of dynamic complementary suppression modulated transmission in bacteriorhodopsin film By simplifying the energy system, we establish a theoretical model, and our experimental results are compared with those reached by numerical simulation of the novelty filter.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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