Jeffrey M. Shainline and Jimmy Xu
Over the past two decades, researchers have tried mightily to enhance silicon’s ability to emit light. Yet electrically pumped silicon lasers remain tantalizingly out of reach. These authors describe how the approaches that have been tried so far might be successfully combined.
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Publish Date: 01 May 2008
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