Single-Shot Fabrication of Waveguide Ternary Gratings with Narrow-Band Optical Response
Single-shot fabrication of three sets of nano-scale grating structures with different periods is reported, which are constructed on a glass substrate coated with a waveguide layer made of 200-nm-thick indium tin oxide (ITO). Multiple waveguide resonance modes are observed in the visible spectral range with a bandwidth as narrow as 10 nm. Angle-resolved tuning properties of these resonance modes enable simultaneous three-color optical response of the nanodevice to cover the whole visible spectrum. This implies very simple methods for the potential design and realization of flexible optoelectronic devices.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2011
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