Mikhail A. Kats, Romain Blanchard, Shriram Ramanathan and Federico Capasso
Although much thinner than conventional optical interference coatings, nanometer-thick films made of optically absorbing materials can display strong interference effects. This new class of coatings shows promise for coloring and labeling, optical filters, tunable absorbers and emitters, and energy harvesting.
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