Abstract

We present a nanophotonic method capable of detecting mid-infrared molecular fingerprints without the need for spectrometry, frequency scanning, or moving mechanical parts. We leverage dielectric metasurfaces featuring ultra-sharp resonances each tuned to discrete frequencies, enabling us to sample molecular absorption signatures over the mid-IR spectral range.

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