Three-dimensional optical disks using metallic island films: a proposal

Three-dimensional optical disks using metallic island films: a proposal

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New multifrequency three-dimensional optical ROM disks using metallic island films have been proposed and the basic operation has been confirmed experimentally. Very compact optical disks with large storage density are expected to be realised by using the films.


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