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Quasimonochromatic emission spectra in the near field by polar semiconductor thermal sources
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18.An efficient conversion of was observed in the case of surface plasmon polaritons. For a detailed discussion see, for example, P. T. Worthing and W. L. Barnes, Appl. Phys. Lett. 79, 3035 (2001);
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