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Low-threshold stimulated emission from lysozyme amyloid fibrils doped with a blue laser dye

L. Sznitko ; Piotr Hanczyc (Institutionen för kemi och kemiteknik, Fysikalisk kemi) ; J. Myśliwiec ; M.J. Samoć
Applied Physics Letters (0003-6951). Vol. 106 (2015), 2,
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© 2015 AIP Publishing LLC. Amyloid fibrils are excellent self-assembling nanotemplates for organic molecules such as dyes. Here, we demonstrate that laser dye-doped lysozyme type fibrils exhibit significantly reduced threshold for stimulated emission compared to that observed in usual matrices. Laser action was studied in slab planar waveguides of the amyloids doped with Stilbene 420 laser dye prepared using a film casting technique. The lowering of the threshold of stimulated emission is analyzed in the context of intrinsic structure of the amyloid nanotemplates, electrostatic interaction of different microstructures with dye molecules, as well as material properties of the cast layers. All these factors are considered to be of importance for introducing gain for random laser operation.

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