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Special polarization characteristic features of a three-dimensional terahertz photonic crystal with a silicon inverse diamond structure

@article{Sakurai2017SpecialPC,
  title={Special polarization characteristic features of a three-dimensional terahertz photonic crystal with a silicon inverse diamond structure},
  author={C. Sakurai},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2017}
}
The band structure of a Si inverse diamond structure whose lattice point shape was vacant regular octahedrons was calculated using plane wave expansion method and a complete photonic band gap was theoretically confirmed at around 0.4 THz. It is said that three-dimensional photonic crystals have no polarization anisotropy in photonic band gap (stop gap, stop band) of high symmetry points in normal incidence. However, it was experimentally confirmed that the polarization orientation of a… Expand
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