Abstract

Semiconductor microdisks can be detached from their substrate and used as free-standing laser “particles” exhibiting room-temperature single-mode lasing. Silica-coated laser particles embedded in hydrogels display sub-nm linewidths and sub-20-pJ thresholds.

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