Metallo-dielectric diamond and zinc-blende photonic crystals

@article{Moroz2002MetallodielectricDA,
  title={Metallo-dielectric diamond and zinc-blende photonic crystals},
  author={Alexander Moroz},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2002},
  volume={66},
  pages={115109}
}
  • A. Moroz
  • Published 8 September 2002
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
Diamond and zinc-blende photonic crystals are studied both in the purely dielectric case and in the presence of small inclusions of a low absorbing metal. It is shown that small metal inclusions can have a dramatic effect on the photonic band structure. Several complete photonic band gaps ~CPBG’s ! can open in the spectrum, between the second and third, fifth and sixth, and eighth and ninth bands. Unlike in the purely dielectric case, in the presence of small inclusions of a low absorbing metal… 
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