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Ebinazar B. Namdas, Minghong Tong, Peter Ledochowitsch, Sarah R. Mednick, Jonathan D. Yuen, Daniel Moses and Alan J. Heeger Low Thresholds in Polymer Lasers on Conductive Substrates by Distributed Feedback Nanoimprinting: Progress Toward Electrically Pumped Plastic Lasers Advanced Materials 21

Article first published online: 12 DEC 2008 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.200802436

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A light-emitting transistor (LEFET) architecture with a distributed feedback (DFB) resonator structure nanoimprinted into the gain medium offers a route to achieving an electrically pumped plastic laser. A 2D DFB laser provides lower lasing thresholds than a 1D DFB laser under identical conditions. The 2D DFB lasers exhibit excellent characteristics with lasing threshold and slope efficiency of 32 nJ/pulse and 1.2%, respectively.

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