Spectroscopic Properties Study of Photonic Crystals and Nanostructures

Authors: Aliev I.N., Yashin M.M., Loboiko A.A., Gorbatova O.O., Lyatifov R.E. Published: 22.05.2023
Published in issue: #2(107)/2023  
DOI: 10.18698/1812-3368-2023-2-35-49

Category: Physics | Chapter: Crystallography, Physics of Crystals  
Keywords: photonic crystal, stop band, reflection coefficient, dispersion law, uranyl acetate, transmission spectra


The paper proposes substantiation of dependence of dielectric permittivity, polariton dispersion and light group velocity in the sodium uranyl acetate on the wavelength. Many bands were found in the uranyl compounds transmission and absorption spectra. It was indicated that the polariton waves group velocity was decreasing anomalously in vicinity of the resonant absorption frequencies, i.e., the light was effectively stopped. This led to abnormal increase in the efficiency between the light interaction processes and the matter. Optical properties of the one-dimensional photonic crystal film formed by electrochemical etching of aluminum foil were studied. Experimental data on the transmission and reflection spectra in the region of first, second and third stop bands of the anode photonic aluminum oxide crystal were compared with theoretical dependence obtained from the known dispersion relation. Refractive indices of the first and second layers of various thin photonic crystal films, structure period and effective refractive index of the structures were theoretically calculated. Possibility of controlling position of the stop bands of one-dimensional photonic crystals in accordance with the Wulff --- Bragg’s relation was established. The studied photonic crystals could be used in experimental setups to register the light combined scattering spectra of dielectric media in the low-frequencies region

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Aliyev I.N., Yashin M.M., Loboiko A.A., et al. Spectroscopic properties study of photonic crystals and nanostructures. Herald of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Series Natural Sciences, 2023, no. 2 (107), pp. 35--49 (in Russ.). DOI: https://doi.org/10.18698/1812-3368-2023-2-35-49


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