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Symmetry of two-dimensional hybrid metal-dielectric photonic crystal within MAPLE

Authors
: Prof. Gennady P. Chuiko
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Hybrid structures were made by assembling monolayers (MLs) of closely packed colloidal microspheres on a metal-coated glass substrate . In fact, this architecture is one of several realizations of hybrid plasmonic-photonic crystals (PHs), which differ in photonic crystals dimensionality and metal ?lm corrugation [1,2].

The main challenge to us were exploring of those properties of structures which are caused by their space symmetry. In particular, it was necessary to establish the so-called "rules of selection", i.e. the list of the allowed transitions between electronic states of different symmetry and energy that can be induced by light of varying polarization. Additional interest for us was to demonstrate the possibilities of MAPLE within this specific field.

Application Details

Publish Date: September 05, 2013
Created In: Maple 16
Language: English

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