Abstract

Terahertz radiation from oriented bacteriorhodopsin samples was generated by fs light pulses and detected by electro-optic sampling. Simulations indicated that both excited state electron redistribution and early step of proton motion contribute to the phenomenon.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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