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closed as not constructive by Sklivvz, David Z Jan 9 '13 at 20:46

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Hi tlengman, I am not sure if you are expecting a list as an answer to your question or if you would be happy with just some explained pointers to the relevant literature. Questions asking for a list are not a good idea here, maybe you should adapt the title a bit. – Dilaton Jan 9 '13 at 20:47
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Hi tlengman, and welcome to Physics Stack Exchange! This site is not really a good place for open-ended list questions like the one you're asking. If you can edit it to make a more specific request, I'll be happy to reopen it. – David Z Jan 9 '13 at 20:48
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Okay, thank you for the tips. I'll try to ask questions that are more relevant to the stackexchange model in the future. – tlengman Jan 9 '13 at 21:45
    
I think asking about a recent review article concerning the topic would probably be ok (if you could edit this question) since it would not be asking for a list anymore. If you are done with editing you could ping a mod (with the @) and ask for reopen. – Dilaton Jan 9 '13 at 22:44
    
Thanks @Dilaton, do you think it would be okay to ask if anyone is familiar with the foundational literature? Like the first paper published on polaritons? – tlengman Jan 10 '13 at 5:25