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Polarization mode splitting in monolithic polymer microcavities
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FIG. 1.

Scheme of the microcavity structure (a) and molecular structure of the employed conjugated polymer (b).

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FIG. 2.

Transmission spectrum of the complete microcavity (continuous line, vertical scale on the left) and absorption spectrum of a neat copolymer thin film (dotted line, vertical scale on the right). The arrow indicates the resonant mode within the microcavity stop band.

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FIG. 3.

Reflectance (a, continuous lines) and PL (b, empty-dots curves) spectra of the microcavity at different detection angles. (From bottom to top: 35°, 50°, 55°, and 65°.) The arrows in (a) indicate the mode splitting upon increasing viewing angle. In (b), we superimposed the best fit to experimental data in the splitting region (single curves: Dotted lines, superposition: Continuous line).

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FIG. 4.

Angular dependences of the resonance frequencies, extracted by PL measurements. Full squares: Main peak , empty circles: TE peak, empty triangles: TM peak . Dotted lines represent the fitting curves calculated according to Eq. (1). The inset shows the reflectance spectra, from top to bottom: with unpolarized light, TE, and TM polarization. (Detection angle: 50°.)


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Scitation: Polarization mode splitting in monolithic polymer microcavities