Contact: James Riordon
American Physical Society
Caption: A novel design for a tunable source of infrared light relies on electrons fired into a tiny hole drilled through a stack of alternating gold and silica layers.
Credit: Credit: G. Adamo, Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton
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