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- Identified coherent emission from electrically-pumped organic semiconductors as intrinsic quantum coherence (2022) [1].

- Derivation of the direct mathematical link between the probability amplitudes of quantum entanglement with Pauli matrices and Hadamard-class matrices (2019-2021) [2, 3, 4].

- Generalization of the
*N*-slit interferometric methodology to derive quantum entanglement probability amplitudes for n = N = 2, 4, 8, 16 ... and n = N = 3, 6, 9... (2017) [5].

- First transparent physical description, without using Bell's theorem, neutralizing the EPR paradox (2013) [6].

- Derivation of the probability amplitude for quantum entanglement from a transparent
*N*-slit interferometric perspective (2013) [7].

- First to report on very large
*N*-slit laser interferometers, in the 30-530 m range, and to superimpose fine diffraction profiles on propagating interferograms. These very large*N*-slit interferometers were applied to measure clear-air turbulence (2010-2013) [8, 9].

- Extension of the generalized multiple-prism dispersion theory to high-order (4th, 5th,... 9th) dispersions applicable to laser-pulse compression and nonlinear optics (2009) [10].

- Multiple-prism dispersion theory for positive and negative refraction (2006) [11].

- First report on high-visibility coherent emission from an electrically-pumped organic semiconductor within an interferometric configuration (2005) [12].

- First report of organic polymer-nanoparticle laser emission (2003) [13].

- First report on the use of interferometric characters for secure space-to-space communications (2002) [14].

- First lithium isotope separation using narrow-linewidth tunable diode lasers (2002) [15].

- First single-longitudinal-mode tunable solid-state dye laser oscillator emitting at the limit allowed by Heisenberg's
uncertainty principle (1999) [16].

- Unified interference, diffraction, refraction, and reflection, via Dirac's notation (1997) [17].

- Demonstration of the first single-longitudinal-mode solid-state tunable dye laser oscillator (1994) [18].

- First report on a ruggedized single-longitudinal-mode tunable laser oscillator in the visible (1991) [19].

- Invention of the multiple-prism collinear polarization rotator (1989) [20].

- First description of the
*N*-slit laser interferometer photon propagation via Dirac's quantum notation, applicable to single photons and ensembles of indistinguishable photons, leading to the generalized*N*-slit interferometric equation (1987-1991) [21-23].

- Introduction of extremely-elongated laser Gaussian beams, width to height ratios of up to 2000:1, for imaging, microdensitometry, and microscopy applications. This class of illumination is also now known as light-sheet illumination (1987-1991) [24].

- Invention of the
*N*-slit laser interferometer (1987) [21-24].

- Extension of the multiple-prism dispersion theory to higher derivatives for laser-pulse compression (1987) [25].

- First report of single-longitudinal-mode oscillation in long-pulse high-energy tunable lasers (1986) [26].

- First report of multiple-prism grating and multiple-prism near grazing-incidence grating oscilltors in high-power CO
_{2}laser cavities (1984) [27].

- First demonstration of single-longitudinal-mode laser oscillation using multiple-prism near grazing-incidence grating oscillators under high-repetition copper-laser excitation (1982-1984) [28].

- Generelized multiple-prism grating dispersion theory (1982) [29].

- First multiple-prism near grazing-incidence grating narrow-linewidth tunable laser oscillator (1981) [30].

- Derivation of the correct Fourier-theory heat-transfer equation for radial heat-flow in a sphere (1979) [31].

### References

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*Appl. Phys. B*128 (2022).

- F. J. Duarte and T. S. Taylor,
*Quantum Entanglement Engineering and Applications*(Institute of Physics, Bristol, 2021).

- F. J. Duarte, T. S. Taylor, and J. C. Slaten, On the probability amplitude of quantum entanglement and the Pauli matrices,
*Opt. Quantum Electron.*52, 106 (2020).

- F. J. Duarte,
*Fundamentals of Quantum Entanglement*(Institute of Physics, Bristol, 2019).

- F. J. Duarte and T. S. Taylor, Quantum entanglement probability amplitudes in multiple propagation channels: an interferometric approach,
*Optik*139, 222-230 (2017).

- F. J. Duarte,
*Quantum Optics for Engineers*(CRC, New York, 2014).

- F. J. Duarte, The probability amplitude for entangled polarizations: an interferometric approach,
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- F. J. Duarte, T. S. Taylor, A. M. Black, and I. E. Olivares, Diffractive patterns superimposed over propagating
*N*-slit interferograms,*J. Mod. Opt.*60, 136-140 (2013).

- F. J. Duarte, T. S. Taylor, A. M. Black, W. E. Davenport, and P. G. Varmette,
*N*-slit interferometer for secure free-space optical communications: 527 m intra interferometric path length,*J. Opt.*13, 035710 (2011).

- F. J. Duarte, Generalized multiple-prism dispersion theory for laser pulse compression: higher order phase derivatives,
*Appl. Phys. B*96, 809-814 (2009).

- F. J. Duarte, Multiple-prism dispersion equations for positive and negative refraction,
*Appl. Phys. B*82, 35-38 (2006).

- F. J. Duarte, L. S. Liao, and K. M. Vaeth, Coherence characteristics of
electrically excited tandem organic light-emitting diodes,
*Opt. Lett.*30, 3072-3074 (2005).

- F. J. Duarte and R. O. James, Tunable solid-state lasers incorporating dye-doped polymer-nanoparticle gain media,
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*Opt. Commun.*205, 313-319 (2002).

- I. E. Olivares, A. E. Duarte, E. A. Saravia, F. J. Duarte, Lithium isotope separation with tunable diode lasers,
*Appl. Opt.*41, 2973-2977 (2002).

- F. J. Duarte, Multiple-prism grating solid-state dye laser oscillator: optimized architecture,
*Appl. Opt.*38, 6347-6349 (1999).

- F. J. Duarte, Interference, diffraction, and refraction, via Dirac's notation,
*Am. J. Phys.*65, 637-640 (1997).

- F. J. Duarte, Solid-state multiple-prism grating dye-laser oscillators,
*Appl. Opt.*33, 3857-3860 (1994).

- F. J. Duarte, J. J. Ehrlich, and T. S. Taylor, Ruggedized narrow-linewidth dispersive dye laser oscillator,
*Opt. Commun.*84, 310-316 (1991).

- F. J. Duarte, Optical device for rotating the polarization of a light beam,
*US Patent*4822150 (1989).

- F. J. Duarte, in
*High Power Dye Lasers*(Springer, Berlin, 1991) Chapter 2.

- F. J. Duarte, On a generalized interference equation and interferometric measurements,
*Opt. Commun.*103, 8-14 (1993).

- F. J. Duarte, Electro-optical interferometric microdensitometer system,
*US Patent*5255069 (1993).

- F. J. Duarte, Beam shaping with telescopes and multiple-prism beam expanders,
*J. Opt. Soc. Am. A*4, P30 (1987).

- F. J. Duarte, Generalized multiple-prism dispersion theory for pulse compression in ultrafast dye lasers,
*Opt. Quantu. Electron.*19, 223-229 (1987).

- F. J. Duarte and R. W. Conrad, Single-mode flashlamp-pumped dye laser oscillators,
*Appl. Opt.*25, 663-665 (1986).

- F. J. Duarte, Multiple-prism Littrow and grazing-incidence pulsed CO
_{2}lasers,*Appl. Opt.*24, 1244-1245 (1985).

- F. J. Duarte and J. A. Piper, Narrow-linewidth, high prf copper laser-pumped dye-laser oscillators,
*Appl. Opt.*23, 1391-1394 (1984).

- F. J. Duarte and J. A. Piper, Dispersion theory of multiple-prism beam expanders for pulsed dye lasers,
*Opt. Commun.*43, 303-307 (1982).

- F. J. Duarte and J. A. Piper, Prism pre-expanded grazing-incidence grating cavity for pulsed dye lasers,
*Appl. Opt.*20, 2113-2116 (1981).

- J. Unsworth and F. J. Duarte, Heat diffusion in a solid sphere and fourier theory: an elementary practical example,
*Am. J. Phys.*47, 981-983 (1979).

Published on the

*9th of January, 2015*; updated on the*9th of April, 2022.*

- F. J. Duarte and T. S. Taylor, Quantum coherence in electrically-pumped organic interferometric emitters,