The Cochlear Amplifier as a Standing Wave: Squirting Waves Between Rows of Outer Hair Cells?
This paper draws attention to symmetric Lloyd-Redwood (SLR) waves-known in ultrasonics as "squirting" waves-and points out that their distinctive properties make them well-suited for carrying positive feedback between rows of outer hair cells. This could
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