Abstract

We first show the existence of a novel non-Hermitian symmetry, i.e., complex mirror symmetry. We then demonstrate a recursive process that generates high-order non-Hermitian degeneracies based on this new symmetry, which can potentially increase the spontaneous emission rate and sensing sensitivity of optical devices by orders of magnitude.

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