Practical applications of Quantum measurement techniques in pharmaceuticals and biologic activities

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2018

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Abstract

This report is mainly supported by the experiments done by utilizing a basic level quantum interferometer (Mach-Zehnder) in our electro-optics lab, based on quantum physical principles so that a laser light at 532nm wavelength (simulating single photons) is emitted into the interferometer and the light beam is splitted by two paths by interferometer optics then join together at the end producing an interference pattern (wave property). The pattern is stimulated by interaction between the interferometer’s lower or upper arm and a substance under investigation (e.g. chamber with gas, liquid, etc.) or a different medium whose refraction index differs from normal condition. Pattern is also modified by dislocation of interferometer’s components like its mirror or lens by a microscopic pressure on it.

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quantum measurements, biology, pharmaceuticals

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Orun, A. (2018) Practical applications of Quantum measurement techniques in pharmaceuticals and biologic activities. Technical Report, September 2018 – DMU/HLS-School pf Pharmacy

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Institute for Allied Health Sciences Research