Subwavelength Gold Grating as Polarizers Integrated with InP-Based InGaAs Sensors.

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There are currently growing needs for polarimetric imaging in infrared wavelengths for broad applications in bioscience, communications and agriculture, etc. Subwavelength metallic gratings are capable of separating transverse magnetic (TM) mode from transverse electric (TE) mode to form polarized light, offering a reliable approach for the detection in… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acsami.5b03679

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@article{Wang2015SubwavelengthGG, title={Subwavelength Gold Grating as Polarizers Integrated with InP-Based InGaAs Sensors.}, author={Rui Wang and Tao Li and Xiumei Shao and Xue Li and Xiaqi Huang and Jinhai Shao and Yifang Chen and Haimei Gong}, journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces}, year={2015}, volume={7 26}, pages={14471-6} }