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October 2nd, 2003

Nanoimprint lithography stamps organic lasers

Abstract:
Researchers in Italy have used a technique known as nanoimprint lithography to fabricate an organic distributed feedback (DFB) laser at room temperature. The resulting laser has a peak single-mode emission at 637 nm and a linewidth of less than 0.7 nm.

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