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  • Frontiers in Optics 2007/Laser Science XXIII/Organic Materials and Devices for Displays and Energy Conversion
  • OSA Technical Digest (CD) (Optica Publishing Group, 2007),
  • paper LWC3
  • https://doi.org/10.1364/LS.2007.LWC3

Nano-scale Spectroscopy with Ultra-high-Q Monolithic Optical Resonators

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Abstract

A unique and challenging new direction in spectroscopy is realized by using ultra-low-loss monolithic optical resonators to probe monolayers, thin films, and nano-scale materials. Achievements, optical designs, and future challenges will be discussed.

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