Optofluidic Resonators


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Optofluidic Resonators
Dominik G. Rabus Baskin School of Engineering, University of California, Santa Cruz Optofluidic resonators are a new class of devices that have emerged recently with the implementation of resonant optical structures in fluidic channels. There are several reasons why this resonator-fluidic merger has gained increasing resonance, the first one being the focus on sensors and especially biosensors where it is inevitable to analyze substances in liquids. The other reason is the advent of optofluidic light sources where integrated resonators are needed to provide feedback and thus enable higher-output powers as it is k…
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Yeshaiahu Fainman; Demetri Psaltis; Changhuei Yang: Optofluidics: Fundamentals, Devices, and Applications. Optofluidic Resonators, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export