Chiral mirrors

@inproceedings{Plum2015ChiralM,
  title={Chiral mirrors},
  author={E. Plum and N. Zheludev},
  year={2015}
}
  • E. Plum, N. Zheludev
  • Published 2015
  • Mirrors are used in telescopes, microscopes, photo cameras, lasers, satellite dishes, and everywhere else, where redirection of electromagnetic radiation is required making them arguably the most important optical component. While conventional isotropic mirrors will reflect linear polarizations without change, the handedness of circularly polarized waves is reversed upon reflection. Here, we demonstrate a type of mirror reflecting one circular polarization without changing its handedness, while… CONTINUE READING

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