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An Analog of electrically induced transparency via surface delocalized modes
Xiao X.3; Zhou B.3; Wang X.1; He J.1; Hou B.2; Zhang Y.1; Wen W.3
2015-07-21
Source PublicationScientific Reports
ISSN20452322
Volume5
AbstractWe demonstrate theoretically and experimentally an interesting opaque state, which is based on an analog of electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) in mechanism, in a metal hole array of the dimer lattice. By introducing a small difference to the dimer holes of each unit cell, the surface delocalized modes launching out from the dimer holes can have destructive interferences. Consequently, a narrow opaque window in the transparent background can be observed in the transmission spectrum. This surface-mode-induced opacity (SMIO) state is very sensitive to the difference of the dimer holes, which will promise various applications.
DOI10.1038/srep12251
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Capital Normal University
2.Soochow University
3.Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
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Xiao X.,Zhou B.,Wang X.,et al. An Analog of electrically induced transparency via surface delocalized modes[J]. Scientific Reports,2015,5.
APA Xiao X..,Zhou B..,Wang X..,He J..,Hou B..,...&Wen W..(2015).An Analog of electrically induced transparency via surface delocalized modes.Scientific Reports,5.
MLA Xiao X.,et al."An Analog of electrically induced transparency via surface delocalized modes".Scientific Reports 5(2015).
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