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Sharp Absorption and High Temperature Thermal Emission from Simple Metallic Photonic Crystals

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 January 2011

Rana Biswas
Affiliation:
biswasr@iowastate.edu, United States
Dayu Zhou
Affiliation:
dayu.zhou@gmail.com, Iowa State University, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Microelectronics Research Center, Ames, Iowa, United States
Irina Puscasu
Affiliation:
Irina.puscasu@icx-photonics.com, ICX Photonics, Billerica, Massachusetts, United States
Edward Johnson
Affiliation:
ed.johnson@icxt.com, ICX Photonics, Billerica, Massachusetts, United States
Andrew Taylor
Affiliation:
andrew.taylor@icxt.com, ICX Photonics, Billerica, Massachusetts, United States
Weijun Zhao
Affiliation:
weijun@iastate.edu, Iowa State University, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Microelectronics Research Center, Ames, Iowa, United States
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Abstract

We design and fabricate metallic photonic crystals with sharp absorption peaks in the infrared regime. We have fabricated a metallic photonic crystal consisting of a triangular lattice of holes in a silicon layer conformally coated with gold at a lattice pitch of 3.8 microns. Conventional lithographic and deep reactive ion etching was used. The photonic crystal exhibits a deep reflection minimum and sharp thermal emission peak near the lattice spacing. Measurements agree well with rigorous scattering matrix simulations. This simple single-layer structure with a single patterned exposure has no emission sidebands and can be scaled to other lattice spacings.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 2009

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