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Colloidal quantum dot absorption enhancement in flexible Fano filters
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(a) Cross-sectional view and (b) Top view scanning electron micrographs (SEMs) of fabricated photonic crystal Fano filter structure based on silicon-on-insulator (SOI) wafers, where , , and are air hole radius, lattice constant, and Si layer thickness, respectively; (c) Micrograph of flexible Fano filters based on transferred single crystalline Si nanomembrane (SiNM) on flexible PET substrates; (d) Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of nanocrystal colloidal PbSe quantum dots (CQDs); (e) Top view SEM image of Fano filter filled with PbSe CQDs; and (f) Schematic of SiNM based Fano filters filled with CQDs on flexible substrates. Surface normal optical measurement is also shown for both transmission and reflection .

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Measured transmission and reflection spectra for Fano filter without and with PbSe CQDs, with the inset shown schematically the experimental setup for the simultaneous transmission/reflection measurement of the Fano filter.

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Experimental and simulated absorption characteristics for the Fano filter filled with CQDs. Shown in the inset is the spectra of CQD extinction coefficient, k.

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(a) Three sets of CQDs with different absorption peak locations; (b) three different Fano filters with different resonance locations; and (c) absorption enhancement factors for these three sets of samples.


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Scitation: Colloidal quantum dot absorption enhancement in flexible Fano filters