Printable Nanophotonic Devices via Holographic Laser Ablation.

Abstract

Holography plays a significant role in applications such as data storage, light trapping, security, and biosensors. However, conventional fabrication methods remain time-consuming, costly, and complex, limiting the fabrication of holograms and their extensive use. Here, we demonstrate a single-pulse laser ablation technique to write parallel surface… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.5b03165

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