Microresonators are micrometre-scale structures for confining light. Light is reflected internally at the edges of the resonator. This creates a series of standing-wave optical modes, or resonances, similar to those that can exist on a vibrating guitar string. Microresonators can provide the optical feedback required in semiconductor lasers.
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