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Shiny teeth
Fleming and Wang used a 266 nm line-shaped laser source to excite ultrasonic surface acoustic waves (SAWs) in the teeth they studied. They then measured the progress of those SAWs by shining a 1550 nm laser at the surface and collecting its reflection in an optical-fibre interferometer (OFI). (Credit: Optics Society of America/University of Sydney)
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