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Title: Ultralow-threshold thin-film lithium niobate optical parametric oscillator: erratum

This erratum corrects a typographic error that appears in TableĀ 1 of our earlier paper [Optica8,539(2021)OPTIC82334-253610.1364/OPTICA.418984].

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Optical Society of America
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Article No. 854
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National Science Foundation
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