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Optical networks, add-drop multiplexing (OADM), switching and routing technologies, Dispersion management. A prediction of this theory was that light is an electromagnetic wave. We recognize that we owe our tradition of intellectual openness, creativity, and collaboration—the "Urbana style of physics"—to those scientists who came before, and that this tradition remains a tremendous advantage today. Then archive back whatever you think you don't need immediately. However, the potential of this instrument was not realized for several decades, and fluorescence microscopy is now an important (and perhaps indispensable) tool in cellular biology.

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