Review of optically active and nonlinear chiral metamaterials

@article{Rodrigues2022ReviewOO,
  title={Review of optically active and nonlinear chiral metamaterials},
  author={Sean Phillip Rodrigues and Preston Cunha and Kaushik Kudtarkar and Ercan M. Dede and Shoufeng Lan},
  journal={Journal of Nanophotonics},
  year={2022},
  volume={16},
  pages={020901 - 020901}
}
Abstract. Advanced photonic nanostructures have enabled the maximization of synthetic chiroptic activities. The unique structuring of these building blocks has empowered chiral selective interactions with electromagnetic waves in plasmonic structures and dielectric media. Given the repertoire of optimized chiral surfaces in the literature and the ubiquity of chirality in the organic realm, the natural direction to consider is the operation of these devices in larger optical systems much like… 

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