Polymer Lasing in a Periodic-Random Compound Cavity
AbstractSimultaneous distributed feedback (DFB) lasing and linear polarized random lasing are observed in a compound cavity, which consists of a grating cavity and a random cavity. The grating cavity is fabricated by interference lithography. A light-emitting polymer doped with silver nanoparticles is spin-coated on the grating, forming a random cavity. DFB lasing and random lasing occur when the periodic-random compound cavity is optically pumped. The directionality and polarization of the random laser are modified by the grating structure. These results can potentially be used to design integrated laser sources. View Full-Text
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Zhai, T.; Wu, X.; Li, S.; Liang, S.; Niu, L.; Wang, M.; Feng, S.; Liu, H.; Zhang, X. Polymer Lasing in a Periodic-Random Compound Cavity. Polymers 2018, 10, 1194.
Zhai T, Wu X, Li S, Liang S, Niu L, Wang M, Feng S, Liu H, Zhang X. Polymer Lasing in a Periodic-Random Compound Cavity. Polymers. 2018; 10(11):1194.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhai, Tianrui; Wu, Xiaofeng; Li, Songtao; Liang, Shuyan; Niu, Lianze; Wang, Meng; Feng, Shengfei; Liu, Hongmei; Zhang, Xinping. 2018. "Polymer Lasing in a Periodic-Random Compound Cavity." Polymers 10, no. 11: 1194.
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