David S. Bradshaw and David L. Andrews
The simple action of passing laser light through an optically transparent system may enable researchers to control a number of mechanical and optoelectronic processes. These novel interactions of light present an array of useful applications in optical switching, optical binding and fluorescence imaging.
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Publish Date: 01 July 2011
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