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Tailor-made surface plasmon polaritons above the bulk plasma frequency : a design strategy for indium tin oxide.

Brand, S. and Abram, R.A. and Kaliteevski, M.A. (2010) 'Tailor-made surface plasmon polaritons above the bulk plasma frequency : a design strategy for indium tin oxide.', Journal of physics D : applied physics., 43 (14). p. 145104.

Abstract

A simple phase-matching approach is employed as a design aid to engineer surface plasmon polariton states at the interface of an indium tin oxide layer on the top of a Bragg reflector. By altering the details of the reflector, and in particular the ordering of the layers and the thickness of the layer adjacent to the indium tin oxide, it is possible to readily adjust the energy of these states. Examples of structures engineered to give rise to distinctive features in the reflectivity spectra above the bulk screened plasma frequency for states of both possible polarizations are presented.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Condensed matter: electrical, Magnetic and optical, Surfaces, interfaces and thin films.
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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0022-3727/43/14/145104
Record Created:10 Nov 2010 16:20
Last Modified:20 Nov 2014 13:03

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