27 August 2014 Random lasing in dye doped bio-organic based systems: recent experiments and stochastic approach
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We review the results of recent experimental studies on random lasing phenomenon in biopolymeric matrices: DNA-CTMA and starch, loaded with different luminescent dyes (DCNP and Rh6G). New experimental results for DNA-CTMA:DCNP system are presented. The random lasing originates due to the light scattering induced by formation of microcrystals or clusters in the bulk of biosystem. We propose a simple model for light transport in the scattering medium accounting for the inhomogeneities in polymer matrices simulated using Monte Carlo method and present some preliminary results related to ray scattering.
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A. C. Mitus, A. C. Mitus, G. Pawlik, G. Pawlik, J. Mysliwiec, J. Mysliwiec, L. Sznitko, L. Sznitko, K. Cyprych, K. Cyprych, A. Szukalski, A. Szukalski, F. Kajzar, F. Kajzar, I. Rau, I. Rau, } "Random lasing in dye doped bio-organic based systems: recent experiments and stochastic approach", Proc. SPIE 9171, Nanobiosystems: Processing, Characterization, and Applications VII, 91710H (27 August 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2062574; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2062574
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