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Broadest Recorded Spectral Span in a Microcomb Advances Spectroscopy

News   May 26, 2020 | Original story from the University of Virginia, School of Engineering and Applied Science

 
Broadest Recorded Spectral Span in a Microcomb Advances Spectroscopy

The nonlinear microresonator converts a single wavelength pump coming in from the left into a rainbow of frequency combs. The combs exit to the waveguide with the help of chaotic motion in the deformed microresonator. Credit: Xu Yi

 
 
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