Excessive-index dielectric nanostructures supporting electrical and magnetic resonances have emerged as new constructing blocks in nanophotonics for novel functionalities.
By periodically arranging these nanostructures, the coherent interference between the localized Mie resonances of single nanostructures and the in-plane diffracted gentle can lead to the so-called Mie floor lattice resonances (SLRs).
Researchers from the Shenzhen Institute of Superior Expertise (SIAT) of the Chinese language Academy of Sciences investigated the periodic silicon nanodisks underneath indirect incidence with transverse magnetic polarization, and found out-of-plane Mie electrical dipole floor lattice resonance (ED-SLR) for the primary time.
The research was revealed in Optics Categorical on Sept. 7.
The crew found that the out-of-plane Mie ED-SLR may very well be excited along with the in-plane electrical dipole SLR (ED-SLR), magnetic dipole SLR (MD-SLR) and magnetic quadrupole SLR (MQ-SLR) in periodic silicon nanodisks underneath indirect incidence. They discovered that the out-of-plane Mie ED-SLR may have 4 instances bigger high quality elements than the in-plane one underneath the identical situation.
Li’s crew observed that, in contrast to the out-of-plane plasmonic ED-SLR, which is a subradiant or darkish mode, the out-of-plane Mie ED-SLR will be handled as a brilliant mode, and has distinct near-field optical distributions and dispersion relationship.
“It is because the dipole discipline for Mie ED-SLR is induced by displacement currents, and the plasmonic ED-SLRs are induced by free electron gases,” stated Dr. Li Guangyuan, corresponding creator of the research.
The researchers additionally discovered that the out-of-plane Mie ED-SLR can outline a symmetry-protected sure state within the continuum at regular incidence. It is because the out-of-plane Mie ED-SLR will not be allowed to emit at regular incidence. For small incidence angles, the standard issue may even attain as excessive as 104.
“This work offers a brand new method for attaining ultrahigh high quality elements of Mie SLRs in dielectric metasurfaces,” stated Dr. Li “Moreover, the coexistence of multipole SLRs open new prospects for manipulating light-matter interactions.”
Xueqian Zhao et al, Excessive-Q out-of-plane Mie electrical dipole floor lattice resonances in silicon metasurfaces, Optics Categorical (2022). DOI: 10.1364/OE.471356
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