Abstract

We show that a two-level atom with a high transition frequency ωSO can be inverted via non-radiative interaction with a cluster of excited low-frequency two-level atoms or quantum oscillators whose transition frequencies are smaller than ωSO. This phenomenon occurs due to the Förster resonant energy transfer arising during a train of quantum superoscillation of low-frequency two-level atoms. The suggested model could explain the mechanism of biophoton emission.

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