Abstract

We synthesize colloidal nanosuspensions with negative polarizabilities and observe self-enhanced transmission and interaction of self-trapped light over a long distance. Our results may open up new opportunities in developing soft-matter systems with tunable nonlinearities.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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