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Observation of optical k~0 high-Q Fano resonances in macroscopic photonic crystal slabs

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In an infinite periodic PhC slab, due to symmetry considerations, Fano resonances at k=0 completely decouple from the external world and their radiative quality factors become infinite despite lying above the light line. Here, we experimentally demonstrate the existence of such resonances at k~0.

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