Localization of Surface Plasmon Polaritons in Hexagonal Arrays of Moire Cavities
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Applied Physics Letters
- Department of Physics 
In view of the progress on the confinement of light, we report on the dispersion characteristics of surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) on two-dimensional Moire surfaces in the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Polarization dependent spectroscopic reflection measurements show omnidirectional confinement of SPPs. The resonance wavelength of SPP cavity modes can be adjusted by tuning the propagation direction of SPPs. The results may have an impact on the control of spontaneous emission and absorption with applications in light emitting diodes and solar cells, as well as in quantum electrodynamics experiments. (C) 2011 American Institute of Physics. [doi:10.1063/1.3529469]
Balci, S., Kocabas, A., Kocabas, C., & Aydinli, A. (2011). Localization of surface plasmon polaritons in hexagonal arrays of Moiré cavities. Applied Physics Letters, 98(3), 031101.