Optical Microbottle Resonators for Sensing
AbstractWhispering gallery mode (WGM) optical microresonators have been shown to be the basis for sensors able to detect minute changes in their environment. This has made them a well-established platform for highly sensitive physical, chemical, and biological sensors. Microbottle resonators (MBR) are a type of WGM optical microresonator. They share characteristics with other, more established, resonator geometries such as cylinders and spheres, while presenting their unique spectral signature and other distinguishing features. In this review, we discuss recent advances in the theory and fabrication of different kinds of MBRs, including hollow ones, and their application to optofluidic sensing. View Full-Text
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Bianucci, P. Optical Microbottle Resonators for Sensing. Sensors 2016, 16, 1841.
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Bianucci, Pablo. 2016. "Optical Microbottle Resonators for Sensing." Sensors 16, no. 11: 1841.
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