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Title: Coupled-resonator optical waveguides: Q-factor influence on slow-light propagation and the maximal group delay
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Journal of the European Optical Society – Rapid Publications [1990-2573] Raza, Søren yr:2010 vol:5 pg:10009 -10009

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