Abstract

A (5.1±0.5)nm thick film of high oscillator strength J-aggregated dye critically couples to a single dielectric mirror, absorbing more than 97% of incident λ=591nm wavelength light, corresponding to an effective absorption coefficient of (6.9±0.7)×106cm1 for (film thickness)/λ<1%.

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