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resistion
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re: Nanoscale waveguide boosts silicon photonics
resistion   6/5/2011 1:56:06 PM
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It doesn't really matter what tricks you play with the light, converting it to electrons or vice versa is the bigger problem.

krisi
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re: Nanoscale waveguide boosts silicon photonics
krisi   6/4/2011 2:46:13 PM
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"new type of quasi-particle"???

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re: Nanoscale waveguide boosts silicon photonics
elPresidente   6/3/2011 10:43:37 PM
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"hybrid plasmon polariton"? Someone's been watching too much Star Trek. By diverting the INCOMING light back into the dielectric, you cannot generate plasmons...so, it's ultimately a dielectric waveguide with a fancy name...if I got it right, then ....yawn



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