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Monolithic polymer microcavity lasers with on-top evaporated dielectric mirrors
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FIG. 1.

Transmittance spectra of the bottom (continuous line) and the top (dashed line) DBR, and scheme of the microcavity structure.

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FIG. 2.

Normalized emission spectra of the reference film (a) and of the microcavity (b) for low pump fluences [ in (a) and in (b)] (dashed lines) and for high pump fluences [ in (a) and in (b)] (continuous lines). Inset: Normalized laser emission spectra obtained by two cavities with different cavity lengths.

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FIG. 3.

Reference film (empty circles) and microcavity (full circles) emission characteristics as a function of the pump fluence incident on the polymer: (a) FWHM mode width and (b) output intensity. The solid line in (a) is obtained by numerical simulation and the straight line in (b) is a linear fit to the input-output laser characteristic. Inset: Calculated time behavior of the laser pulses for different pump fluences ( solid line and dashed line).

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FIG. 4.

Time evolution of the normalized transient trasmittance changes at a probe wavelength of (circles) and best fit (solid line). Inset: on a longer time scale.


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Scitation: Monolithic polymer microcavity lasers with on-top evaporated dielectric mirrors