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Threshold optimization of polymeric opal photonic crystal cavity as organic solid-state dye-doped laser
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The authors have demonstrated the optimization of the active layer thickness on the threshold of organic solid-state dye-doped laser (SSDL), which was fabricated by three-dimensional polymeric opal photonic crystal and tert-butyl Rhodamine B (-Bu-RhB) dopedpolymer film. Gain media were produced by incorporating -Bu-RhB into polymer film at 3.0 wt %. The sandwiched laser resonatorcavities with different active layer thickness displayed single-mode lasing oscillations in the reflection band gap of the resonator structure. The lasing threshold as low as was achieved. The optimization of active layer would provide an opportunity to accelerate the development of low threshold polymeric SSDLs.
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