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Evaluating Nanoprofiles of Materials Deposited on Waveguides by an Evanescent Light Method

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Abstract:

The photon extraction efficiency of evanescent light from various materials was used to evaluate the thickness profiles of insulator, semiconductor and conductor nano layers deposited on glass waveguides. It was found that the effective evanescent photon penetration depth increases from metal to semiconductor and then to insulating layers, corresponding to the evanescent-photon-material effective interaction for the various materials classes.

Keywords: EVANESCENT PHOTON PENETRATION DEPTH; EVANESCENT WAVE IMAGING; NANOFILMS

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1166/jamr.2012.1094

Publication date: 2012-03-01

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