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Klaus Schulten. Continuous fluorescence microphotolysis by a sin2 kx grating. Chemical Physics Letters, 124:230-236, 1986.

SCHU86B A method is derived to evaluate the fluorescence intensity which is observed in photobleaching experiments involving a time-dependent $\sin^{2}$kx grating. This grating corresponds to a local (position x) rate constant r$\sin^{2}$kx of photobleaching. Application of the method demonstrates how such experiments can yield information on lateral diffusion in artificial and biological membranes. A simple analytical approximation for the fluorescence intensity which holds for a time period less than 10/r is provided.

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