We present liquid-turned-solid lenses (∆n~1.2) in polymer devices replicated from cryogenically-etched silicon molds, with estimated per surface losses of.2–.4 dB. The process creates optical-quality sidewalls (σRMS ~ 30 nm) needed for sensitive optofluidic devices.

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