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Optical Properties of Photonic Crystals

by Kazuaki Sakoda

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Particle & high-energy physics,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Photons,
  • Science,
  • Crystallography,
  • Optics,
  • Physics,
  • Science / Optics,
  • Crystal optics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9054477M
    ISBN 103540206825
    ISBN 109783540206828

    Optical Properties of Photonic Crystals: Springer Series in Optical Sciences, Volume ISBN DOI: /b Bibliographic Code: .S: Abstract Not Available Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Series in Optical Sciences: Optical Properties of Photonic Crystals Vol. 80 by Kazuaki Sakoda (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!

    Photonic crystals are periodic optical nanostructures that are designed to affect the motion of photons in a similar way that periodicity of a semiconductor crystal affects the motion of electrons. Photonic crystals occur in nature and in various forms . The basic properties of linear photonic crystals are discussed along with some of the theoretical methods for determining these properties. The general features arising in the physics of excitations in a periodic medium are developed with an introduction to some of the standard terms that are used to describe these properties, i.e., direct and reciprocal lattices, general forms of .

    The application of 1D photonic crystals in silicon photonics is a representative example. 1D photonic crystals are the simplest structure in photonic crystal family. Interestingly, 1D photonic crystals still possess many exciting properties such as adjustable dispersion and birefringence, acting as homogeneous : Liangshun Han. Colloidal crystal-templating methods have been used to prepare inverse opal photonic crystals of silica, mercaptopropyl-functionalized silica, titania, and zirconia. Ordered arrays of uniformly sized polymer spheres were infiltrated with fluid precursors capable of condensation or crystallization. After solidification of the material in the void spaces between the spheres, the polymer Cited by:


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The first comprehensive textbook on the optical properties of photonic crystals. It deals not only with the properties of the radiation modes inside the crystals but also with their peculiar optical response to external fields.

Has consistently been a good seller (sometimes best-seller) at Optical Society of America by: This book provides both an introduction for graduate and undergraduate students and also key information for researchers in this field." (Zeitschrift für Kristallographie, Issue:) "This is the first comprehensive textbook on the optical properties of photonic crystals.

A general theory of linear and nonlinear optical response is developed in a clear and detailed fashion using the Green's function method. The symmetry of the eigenmodes is treated systematically using group theory to show how it affects the optical properties of photonic crystals.

Get this from a library. Optical properties of photonic crystals. [Kazuaki Sakoda] -- Annotation. This is the first comprehensive textbook on the optical properties of photonic crystals.

It deals not only with the properties of the radiation modes inside the crystals but also with. The first comprehensive textbook on the optical properties of photonic crystals. It deals not only with the properties of the radiation modes inside the crystals but also with their peculiar optical response to external fields.

Has consistently been a good seller (sometimes best-seller) at Optical Society of America meetings.3/5(1). Optical Properties of Photonic Crystals. Authors (view affiliations) Analysis of optical waves Efficient numerical methods Linear and nonlinear optical response Localization of light Photonic crystals Absorption chemical reaction crystal laser light scattering magnetism optical properties optics quantum optics scattering solar cell.

Optical Properties of Photonic Structures: Interplay of Order and Disorder (Series in Optics and Optoelectronics Book 24) - Kindle edition by Limonov, Mikhail F., De La Rue, Richard M. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Optical Properties of Photonic Structures: Manufacturer: CRC Press.

Photonic Crystals Artificial and inverse opal structures Diffraction from cubic photonic crystals The effective refractive index of cubic photonic crystals Dynamical form of Bragg’s law Photonic bandgaps Photonic crystals in nature Photonic crystal fibres Photonic crystals (PCs) are highly ordered materials that possess a periodically modulated dielectric constant, with the properties of confining and controlling the propagation of light owing to the existence of photonic band gap, a band of frequencies in which light propagation in the photonic crystal is forbidden (Freymann et al., ; Lee.

Optical properties of photonic crystals | Kazuaki Sakoda | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. This textbook covers the optical properties of photonic crystals. It deals not only with the properties of the radiation modes inside the crystals but also with their peculiar optical response to external fields.

A general theory of linear and nonlinear optical response is given in a clear and detailed fashion using the Green’s function method. The interaction between the radiation field and matter is the most fundamen­ tal source of dynamics in nature.

It brings about the absorption and emission of photons, elastic and inelastic light scattering, the radiative lifetime of elec­ tronic excited states, and. Optical structures with periodic variations of the dielectric constant in one or more directions (photonic crystals) have been employed extensively for studying optical diffraction phenomena.

Magneto-optical properties of photonic crystals (or bandgap materials) have been examined with respect to their possible applications for the control of electromagnetic radiation in integrated.

The focus is on engineered optical systems that have been of recent interest in physics, engineering, and applied mathematics for their opto-electronic applications. These include photonic crystals and meta-materials, and in the following discussions the operating principles of photonic crystals and meta-materials are outlined.

Reviews "This book provides a broad overview of photonic crystals and, as the title suggests, covers their principles and is written from a physics point of view with an emphasis on materials science.

Equations are well explained and often completely avoided in order to increase the readability of the book. The majority of the contributions in this topically edited book stems from the priority program SPP Photonische Kristalle run by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), resulting in a survey of the current state of photonic crystal research in Germany.

The first part of the book describes methods for the theoretical analysis of their optical properties as well as the results.

Random lasers are photonic sources of coherent emission, which differ from conventional lasers because their optical feedback mechanism is provided by a scattering medium rather than by a conventional set of mirrors. In general, nanoparticles and a gain medium form a nanocomposite with laser properties when appropriately pumped.

The collection of articles in this book offers a penetrating shaft into the still burgeoning subject of light propagation and localization in photonic crystals and disordered media. While the subject has its origins in physics, it has broad significance and applicability in disciplines such as engineering, chemistry, mathematics, and medicine.

The first comprehensive textbook on the optical properties of photonic crystals. It deals not only with the properties of the radiation modes inside the crystals but also with their peculiar optical response to external fields.

Has consistently been a good seller (sometimes best-seller) at Optical Society of America meetings. Important recent developments such as the 4/5(1). The interaction between the radiation field and matter is the most fundamen tal source of dynamics in nature.

It brings about the absorption and emission of photons, elastic and inelastic light scattering, the radiative lifetime of elec tronic excited states, and so on. The huge amount of energy carried from the sun by photons is the source of all activities of creatures on .The first comprehensive textbook on the optical properties of photonic crystals.

It deals not only with the properties of the radiation modes inside the crystals but also with their peculiar optical response to external fields.

Has consistently been a good seller (sometimes best-seller) at Optical Society of America : $  The collection of articles in this book offers a penetrating shaft into the still burgeoning subject of light propagation and localization in photonic crystals and disordered media. While the subject has its origins in physics, it has broad significance and applicability in disciplines such as engineering, chemistry, mathematics, and by: