Reading (scanning) and recording of localized light

 Spectrum of own excitations in any system is largely determined by its boundaries or surface. Common example of this sort of excitations is plasmon-polaritons on metal surface or surface (superficial) plasmons in tiny metal particles. Is it possible to read (scan off) spectrums (specific to this kind of excitation) and to record the onto some kind of data storage for purposes of prolonged storage and subsequent reading? We are going to discuss perspectives (prospects) and issues in the area of research. As t is know when photos is reflected from a flat surface, its polarization does not change – this is forbidden by  isotropy of the task in relation to spins in the surface’s plane. It would seem that when light is reflected from a flat plate with two walls the situation would not change. However, this does not follow if we consider localization of light between the boundaries of the plates. Such effects can be observed whilst light dissipation strictly backwards in even and consistent ensemble of the tiny particles [Maksimenko et al. 1992]
This is linked to possibility of “pilling out” the localized photon in the system by the dissipated backwards photon. This is the moment when the polarization of the bounced light can change. Reason why it “pools out” the localized photon, as we know it, is not in photon to photon interaction (which can be disregarded in this instance) but in interlacement of Antoine’s rings of both photons (that is the one dissipation and the one localised).
This effect combined with spinning-oscilationg and polarizational characteristics of the emitting objects can be used for effective extraction from the object of localized in it its own excitations (its “spectrum”). Let’s review a scheme give in Fig.14.

 The picture shows the laser referred to earlier and crystal whose spectrum we intend to “pool out”. There is another change made to a standard laser construction. Semitransparent plate has been removed from the laser (which was positioned at a Brewster's angle in relation to the laser’s axis). This semitransparent plate was designated to cut/filter parasitic light not founded/originated from polarization. This is done in order not to interfere with the light, reflected from the crystal and polarization of which has been changed as a result of “pooling out” of localized photons, which is entering resonator and repeating route over and over again. We expect that effectiveness of “extracting” localized photons, which recorded information about the object, will be sufficiently high for its experimental observation. Further, these delocalized photons can localize but in the laser’s mirror system/network.  
After removing the crystal the “spectrum” of its excitations, localized in the laser, as we anticipate, will reveal/ maintain itself for some period of time. The system will be reproducing the spectral memory about the object which by this time has already been removed from the exposition area. Instead of the crystal can be performed by any system in which localization of photons is possible. For instance this can be bio-objects, genetic structures in particular, which possess fractal liquid crystal packaging. It is presently our understanding that phenomena of this particular kind of spectrum memory have been observed in our experiments. (Fig.15)

 
 Polarized Laser-Radio-Wave Spectrums (PLRS) of highly polymeric DNA material/preparation of crop gland of a calf (upper spectrum) and its spectral “trace” on laser mirrors (lower spectrum) (Fig.15.)  after removing the material/preparation from exposure zone of laser’s probing beam. Background: Natrium salt of DNA was dissolved in distilled water in concentration 1 milligram/ml, than deposited a drop of it onto labglass (sample glass) and covered by the same glass so to have a “sandwich”. It was then exposed to the laser probing beam in the “return beam” mode back to the resonator, passed through the “sandwich”. Fig.14. Control spectrum of clear labglasses (clear “sandwich” without the DNA drop) under the used frequencies diapason did not produce the picks typical for DNA in the “sandwich” with the DNA drop.
We emphasize that we speak of possibility of scanning the whole spectrum of the object – in the wide diapason of frequencies by the laser beam with fixed/set frequency  . As a Matter of fact for the laser photon with   frequency it makes no difference which localized photon to eject from the object: with exactly the same frequency   or with any other frequency if it is present.
 
 
 
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