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Guided-wave approaches to spectrally selective energy absorption
|Other titles||Guided wave approaches to spectrally selective energy absorption.|
|Series||NASA-CR -- 182532., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-182532.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Absorption In this process one photon from the radiation ﬁeld disappears and the energy is transferred to an electron as potential energy when it changes state from Em to En. The probability for an electron to undergo the absorption transition is Bmn. Spontaneous Emission When being in an excited state En, an electron in an. An optical sensing system includes a planar optical waveguide having a first surface for detection and a second surface for coupling light. The optical sensing system includes a functional layer integral with the first surface of the planar optical waveguide, and a coupling layer in contact with the second surface of the planar optical waveguide, the coupling layer having a lower refractive Cited by: 1.
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In this work the use of guided wave photo-polymerization for the fabrication of novel polymeric micro tips for optical trapping is demonstrated. It is shown that the selective excitation of linear polarized modes, during the fabrication process, has a direct impact on the shape of the resulting micro structures. Full text of "OM85 basic properties of optical materials" See other formats.
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Near-surface characterisation The inversion of phase velocities gives us access to the medium velocities. There are two challenges with dispersion curve inversion: 1. Chapter 10 Fiber Grating Devices in High-Performance Optical Communications Systems Thomas A. Strasser Photuris Inc., Piscataway, New Jersey Turan Erdogan Semrock Inc., Rochester, New York I.
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Application of Nanostructured Materials for Energy and Environmental Technology light absorption. This enhancement has been attributed to the graded refractive index of nanoneedle arrays that could couple the incident light in an efficient way and also was observed to be less dependent on incident angle.
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May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours. ECEN - Microwave and RF Laboratory. PROCEEDINGS VOLUME application to spectrally and spatially selective optical devices (Conference Presentation) Comparison of experimental approaches to study selective properties of thick phase-amplitude holograms recorded in.
We experimentally demonstrate plasmonic nanocircuits operating as subdiffraction directional couplers optically excited with high efficiency from free-space using optical Yagi-Uda style antennas at λ0 = nm.
The optical Yagi-Uda style antennas are designed to feed channel plasmon waveguides with high efficiency (45% in coupling, 60% total emission), narrow angular directivity (Cited by: We consider resonant nanostructure arrays and gratings illuminated by free-space plane waves. Semi-infinite metallic and dielectric membranes (slabs surrounded by a vacuum), periodically nanostructured in one or two dimensions, are depicted in figure the 1D case, the structure is infinite in y and infinitely periodic in x, the electromagnetic solutions are independent of by: Metal nanostructures have found extensive use in a variety of applications in chemistry, including as substrates for molecular sensing and surface enhanced spectroscopy and as nanoscale heaters for photothermal therapy.
These applications depend on the strong absorption and field enhancements associated with localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR).Cited by: absorption lett photon output phys pulses stokes modulation spectral parametric atomic threshold applications bandwidth polarization coherent input density stimulated You can write a book review and share your experiences.
Other readers will. Recently, another demonstration of polarization insensitive, broadband absorption utilized plasmonic TiN coating on an array of μm-tall Si pillar structures. Almost 94% absorption of the incident illumination is achieved in the wavelength range of – nm (Figure 2D). This approach has been applied to Graphenes leading to materials  with a perfect combination of properties for their use as active electrode materials in energy-storage devices, namely."Enhanced wavelength selective infrared emission using surface plasmon polariton and thermal energy confined in micro-heater." In Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), IEEE 27th International Conference on, pp.