Toward superlensing with metal–dielectric composites and multilayers

@article{Nielsen2010TowardSW,
  title={Toward superlensing with metal–dielectric composites and multilayers},
  author={R. Nielsen and M. Thoreson and Weiqiang Chen and A. Kristensen and J. M. Hvam and V. Shalaev and A. Boltasseva},
  journal={Applied Physics B},
  year={2010},
  volume={100},
  pages={93-100}
}
  • R. Nielsen, M. Thoreson, +4 authors A. Boltasseva
  • Published 2010
  • Materials Science
  • Applied Physics B
  • We report on the fabrication of two types of adjustable, near-field superlens designs: metal–dielectric composites and metal–dielectric multilayer films. We fabricated a variety of films with different materials, thicknesses and compositions. These samples were characterized physically and optically to determine their film composition, quality, and optical responses. Our results on metal–dielectric composites indicate that although the real part of the effective permittivity generally follows… CONTINUE READING
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