Design of Multi-Resonant Cavities Based on Metal-Coated Dielectric Nanocylinders

Design of Multi-Resonant Cavities Based on Metal-Coated Dielectric Nanocylinders AbstractIn this paper, the light scattering properties for multiple silver-coated dielectric nanocylinders with the symmetrical distribution were investigated. Based on the transfer matrix method, we derive the general transmission and reflection coefficient matrices for multiple dielectric nanocylinders. When the incident light frequencies are less than the plasma frequencies, the surface plasmons (SPs) appear in the interface between the silver and dielectrics. Numerical simulations show that there are three peaks of absorption cross-section (ACS) in the relationship between the ACS and the frequencies of the incident light, when the distance between the silver-coated dielectric nanocylinders is chosen properly. These SPs resonance peaks are characterised as resonances intrinsic to the cylindrically periodic system corresponding to different inner cavity structures. These multi-resonant cavities may have potential applications in integrated devices, optical sensors and optical storage devices. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Zeitschrift für Naturforschung A de Gruyter

Design of Multi-Resonant Cavities Based on Metal-Coated Dielectric Nanocylinders

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de Gruyter
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©2018 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston
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0932-0784
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1865-7109
D.O.I.
10.1515/zna-2018-0063
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AbstractIn this paper, the light scattering properties for multiple silver-coated dielectric nanocylinders with the symmetrical distribution were investigated. Based on the transfer matrix method, we derive the general transmission and reflection coefficient matrices for multiple dielectric nanocylinders. When the incident light frequencies are less than the plasma frequencies, the surface plasmons (SPs) appear in the interface between the silver and dielectrics. Numerical simulations show that there are three peaks of absorption cross-section (ACS) in the relationship between the ACS and the frequencies of the incident light, when the distance between the silver-coated dielectric nanocylinders is chosen properly. These SPs resonance peaks are characterised as resonances intrinsic to the cylindrically periodic system corresponding to different inner cavity structures. These multi-resonant cavities may have potential applications in integrated devices, optical sensors and optical storage devices.

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Zeitschrift für Naturforschung Ade Gruyter

Published: Jun 27, 2018

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