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Monolithic vertical microcavities based on tetracene single crystals
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The authors report on monolithic, light-emitting vertical microcavities based on an organic semiconductorsingle crystal. The devices are realized by reactive electron-beam deposition of dielectric mirrors and growth of tetracene crystals by physical vapor transport. The microcavities exhibit optical cavity modes in the visible range with full width at half maximum down to , corresponding to a factor of about 200, and polarization-induced modal splitting up to . These results open perspectives for the realization of polarized-emitting optoelectronic devices based on organic crystals.
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