Abstract

Two- and three-dimensional effects observed in quantum optical lithography indicate the existence of a long-distance energy migration, greater than 500 nm, to a reaction center with a diameter smaller than 1 nm. The confinement effect was obtained by energy transfer of coherent Frenkel excitons in an electric field gradient followed by a cooperative process of rare-earth ions in fluorescent photosensitive glass ceramics. A mechanism is proposed and discussed in order to explain the breakthrough of the diffraction limit of light. Fluorescent photosensitive glass ceramics act as a coherent perfect absorber, a time-reversed laser.

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