Shelykh, I.A. and Kaliteevskii, M. and Kavokin, A.V. and Brand, S. and Abram, R.A. and Chamberlain, J.M. and Malpuech, G. (2007) 'Interface photonic states at the boundary between a metal and a dielectric Bragg mirror.', Physica status solidi (a) : applications and materials science., 204 (2). pp. 522-525.
Tamm states of light are localized interface modes inside the light-cone. In contrast to the surface modes they can have a zero in-plane wave-vector. We show that they can be formed in both TE and TM polarizations at the boundary between the isotropic media with a negative dielectric constant (e.g. a metal below the plasmon resonance) and a periodical dielectric Bragg structure. It is shown that the order of layers in Bragg structure is crucial for the appearance of the Tamm states. The in-plane dispersion of the interface states is parabolic with effective masses slightly different for TE and TM polarizations, both of the order of 10–5 of the free electron mass.
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