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Journal of Applied Physics : Selective transmittance of linearly polarized light in thin films rationally designed by FDTD and FDFD theories and fabricated by glancing angle deposition

By Viktor Leontyev, Nicholas G. Wakefield, Kyrylo Tabunshchyk, Jeremy C. Sit, Michael J. Brett et al

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Title: Journal of Applied Physics : Selective transmittance of linearly polarized light in thin films rationally designed by FDTD and FDFD theories and fabricated by glancing angle deposition  
Author: Viktor Leontyev, Nicholas G. Wakefield, Kyrylo Tabunshchyk, Jeremy C. Sit, Michael J. Brett et al
Volume: Issue : November 2008
Language: English
Subject: Science, Physics, Natural Science
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Journal of Applied Physics Collection
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Publisher: American Institute of Physics

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Nicholas G. Wakefield, Kyrylo Tabunshchyk, Jeremy C. Sit, Michael J. Brett Et A, V. L. (n.d.). Journal of Applied Physics : Selective transmittance of linearly polarized light in thin films rationally designed by FDTD and FDFD theories and fabricated by glancing angle deposition. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Description: Columnar thin films exhibiting linear polarization selectivity have been theoretically investigated and fabricated using the glancing angle deposition (GLAD) technique. The film structure employed an s-shaped columnar morphology that may be either smoothly bent or composed of discrete segments. Finite-difference time-domain and frequency-domain methods have been used to model these thin film structures numerically. Simulation results have yielded optimal geometries in which the films exhibit either a single frequency band with polarization-selective transmittance or two separated frequency bands each transmitting one of two orthogonal linearly polarized modes. Based on these designs, a series of TiO2 films were grown by GLAD with continuous and discrete s-shaped columnar morphology. Experimental measurements by spectrophotometry verified the presence of selectivity for the orthogonal linearly polarized modes. Films with more then 24 periods were found to have polarization selectivity approaching unity. The agreement between the simulation and experimental results demonstrates the potential for future theoretical development of highly selective polarization filters based on GLAD thin films.

 

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