Far-field emission profiles from L3 photonic crystal cavity modes

  title={Far-field emission profiles from L3 photonic crystal cavity modes},
  author={Cristian Bonato and Jenna Hagemeier and Dario Gerace and Susanna M. Thon and Hyochul Kim and Lucio Claudio Andreani and P. M. Petroff and Martin P. van Exter and Dirk Bouwmeester},
  journal={Photonics and Nanostructures: Fundamentals and Applications},

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