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Air-suspended two-dimensional polymer photonic crystal slab waveguides fabricated by nanoimprint lithography
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10.1063/1.2744482
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(Color online) (a) Photonic band structure for the TE-like modes (even parity) of polystyrene PhCS waveguides suspended in air with a triangular array of air holes [, , where is the lattice constant (period), is the hole radius, and is the slab thickness]. The frequency is normalized to , where is the light velocity in vacuum. (b) Photonic bands of defect modes for the width of line defect , where is the width of the line defect created by removing a line of holes in the direction. The closed (open) circles denote the even (odd) defect modes that are symmetric (asymmetric) in the plane bisecting the line defect.

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(Color online) Fabrication process schematics of nanoimprint lithography for the air-suspended membrane-type 2D PPhCS waveguide.

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(Color online) Field emission scanning electron microscopy images of the large-area 2D polystyrene photonic crystal slabs with a triangular array of air holes and a line defected waveguide structure fabricated by NIL; (a) top view of the large array, and [(b)–(d)] different side views. (c) and (d) show a conventional waveguide at the end of the PhCS waveguide. The triangular array of air holes consists of holes with a diameter of and depth of .

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(Color online) (a) Near field image obtained with a white light source. (b) Optical transmission spectra of a PhCS waveguide for three cases: a simulated PhCS waveguide structure, a structure with the fabricated dimensions, and the measurement of the polystyrene PhCS waveguide fabricated by NIL. All three spectra show the characteristic PBG dip near .

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Scitation: Air-suspended two-dimensional polymer photonic crystal slab waveguides fabricated by nanoimprint lithography
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/90/22/10.1063/1.2744482
10.1063/1.2744482
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