Abstract

We study lasing in two gold nanorod arrays, one exhibiting hyperbolic dispersion while the other is elliptic at the emission wavelength of Rhodamine 101. Results show the hyperbolic metamaterial provides stronger emission with reduced threshold.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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