Dichroic behavior of multilayer structures based on anisotropically nanostructured silicon
Diener, J., Kunzner, N., Kovalev, D., Gross, E., Koch, F. and Fujii, M., 2002. Dichroic behavior of multilayer structures based on anisotropically nanostructured silicon. Journal of Applied Physics, 91 (10), pp. 6704-6709.
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Multilayer structures of anisotropically nanostructured (birefringent) silicon have been fabricated and studied by polarization-resolved reflection and transmission measurements. We demonstrate that stacks of birefringent porous silicon layers with alternating refractive indices and thicknesses act as dichroic Bragg reflectors or dichroic microcavities with a transmission/reflection dependent on the polarization direction of the incident light. The possibility of separate fine tuning of two orthogonally polarized transmission/reflection bands and their spectral splitting is demonstrated. (C) 2002 American Institute of Physics.
|Creators||Diener, J., Kunzner, N., Kovalev, D., Gross, E., Koch, F. and Fujii, M.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000175572500069|
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