Multipolar scattering analysis of hybrid metal-dielectric nanostructures.

@article{Ray2021MultipolarSA,
  title={Multipolar scattering analysis of hybrid metal-dielectric nanostructures.},
  author={Debdatta Ray and Andrei Kiselev and Olivier J. F. Martin},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2021},
  volume={29 15},
  pages={
          24056-24067
        }
}
We perform a systematic study showing the evolution of the multipoles along with the spectra for a hybrid metal-dielectric nanoantenna, a Si cylinder and an Ag disk stacked one on top of another, as its dimensions are varied one by one. We broaden our analysis to demonstrate the "magnetic light" at energies above 1 eV by varying the height of the Ag on the Si cylinder and below 1 eV by introducing insulating spacing between them. We also explore the appearance of the anapole state along with… 
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