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(Color online) 1DPC measured reflectance at λ0 = 1475 nm (dots). The solid line is the numerical simulation obtained by means of a transfer matrix approach. (θ0, R0) is the working point used for the temperature shock experiments. In the inset, a sketch of the experimental configuration is shown.
(Color online) Normalized reflectance RN as a function of the temperature measured by the thermocouple TTH recorded after injection of cold PBS. In the inset, a zoom of RN vs |ΔT| = |TTH − Tamb| is shown. The deviation from linearity is due to the temperature gradient inside the cell.
(Color online) Numerical simulations of the RN vs |ΔT|. Results for BSW at λ = 1475 nm with thermo-optic effect in: (long dashed) PBS only, (short dashed) PBS and silicon alloys layers (SL), (solid black) PBS, SL and PAA (all materials). Result for an ideal BSW device with thermo-optic effect in all materials (dadot). Results for SPP at λ = 810 nm with thermo-optic effect in: (solid green) PBS only, (solid cyan) PBS, Au and PAA (all materials).
Complex thermo-optic coefficients used in the numerical simulations.
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