Narrow-Band Filters in the Visible Spectral Range Based on Porous Photonic Crystal

Authors: Gorelik V.S., Yashin M.M. Published: 12.10.2016
Published in issue: #5(68)/2016  
DOI: 10.18698/1812-3368-2016-5-105-114

Category: Physics | Chapter: Crystallography, Physics of Crystals  
Keywords: photonic crystal, stop-band, reflection, narrow-band filter, pores, reflectance, nanoglobuls

We studied the secondary radiation produced in synthetic opal matrices under the influence of laser light at a given wavelength. This article presents the results of our experimental and theoretical studies of three-dimensional photonic crystal-based nanoglobul silica. We compared the experimental and theoretical approaches and determined the parameters of a narrow-band filter involving the use of a globular photonic crystal. We established the dependence of the contraction stop band on the ratio of the refractive indices of the two media n1 and n2 of a three-dimensional opal matrix.


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