The Transverse Magneto-Photonic Transmission
Effect in Non-Symmetric Nanostructures with
Comb-like Plasmonic Gratings
Posted on 14.01.2022 - 16:59
Spatial symmetry breaking in the magnetoplasmonic system results in magnetooptical effects prohibited in symmetric structures. The transverse magneto-photonic transmission effect (TMPTE), which is a non-zero transmission dependency on magnetization at normal incidence of light, is one of them. This phenomenon is due to inequality of the forward and backward surface plasmon polariton (SPP) waves at the metal/dielectric interface in non-symmetric plasmonic grating. Here we investigate the TMPTE in magnetoplasmonic nanostructures with comb-like gratings and explore how to optimize its parameters for the magnitude of the effect.
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Borovkova, Olga; Kozhaev, Mikhail; Hashim, Hisham; Kolosova, Anna; Kalish, Andrey; DAGESYAN, SARKIS; et al. (2022): The Transverse Magneto-Photonic Transmission Effect in Non-Symmetric Nanostructures with Comb-like Plasmonic Gratings. Optica Publishing Group. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5780945.v2
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