1 November 2001 Real-time self-induced nonlinear optical Zernike-type filter in a bacteriorhodopsin film
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Optical Engineering, 40(11), (2001). doi:10.1117/1.1412425
Abstract
We propose the use of a nonlinear bacteriorhodopsin film to self-induce a Zernike-type filter in robust optical phase-contrast systems. The device requires relatively low light intensity levels (as low as 200 nW/cm2) at wavelengths around 633 nm and can contrast dynamical phase distributions.
Marcelo David Iturbe Castillo, David Sanchez-de-la-Llave, Ruben Ramos-Garcia, L.I. Olivos-Perez, Luis A. Gonzalez, M. Rodriguez-Ortiz, "Real-time self-induced nonlinear optical Zernike-type filter in a bacteriorhodopsin film," Optical Engineering 40(11), (1 November 2001). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1412425
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