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Tamm plasmon polaritons in multilayered cylindrical structures.

Little, C.E. and Anufriev, R. and Iorsh, I. and Kaliteevski, M.A. and Abram, R.A. and Brand, S. (2012) 'Tamm plasmon polaritons in multilayered cylindrical structures.', Physical review B., 86 (23). p. 235425.

Abstract

It is shown that cylindrical Bragg reflector structures with either a metal core, a metal cladding, or both can support Tamm plasmon polaritons (TPPs) that can propagate axially along the interface between the metallic layer and the adjacent dielectric. A transfer matrix formalism for cylindrical multilayered structures is used in association with cavity phase matching considerations to design structures that support Tamm plasmon polaritons at specified frequencies, and to explore the field distributions and the dispersion relations of the excitations. The cylindrical TPPs can exist in both the TE and TM polarizations for the special cases of modes with either azimuthal isotropy or zero axial propagation constant and also as hybrid cylindrical modes when neither of those conditions applies. In the cases considered the TPPs have low effective masses and low group velocities. Also, when there is both metallic core and cladding, near degenerate modes localized at each metallic interface can couple to produce symmetric and antisymmetric combinations whose frequency difference is in the terahertz regime.

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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.86.235425
Publisher statement:© 2012 American Physical Society
Record Created:31 Oct 2013 09:35
Last Modified:13 Dec 2013 11:06

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