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Large area 3D helical photonic crystals
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10.1116/1.3640756
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(Color online) Definitions of the plane wave beam incidence angles in the air and in the photoresist.

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(Color online) Cross-section of a 3D pattern and period definitions.

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Latent image in the photoresist after (a) 1st exposure, (b) rotate 60° + 2nd exposure, (c) rotate additional 60° [120° total] + 3rd exposure, (d) rotate additional 60° [180° total] + 4th exposure, (e) rotate additional 60° [240° total] + 5th exposure, (f) rotate additional 60° [300° total] + 6th exposure. (Model parameters: ψ = 45°, θD  = 8°, φ = 60°, nr  = 1.7, λ = 355 nm, threshold = 70%). Light gray: photoresist surface, dark gray: photoresist cross-section at boundary.

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(Color online) 3D IL accessible PhC parameter space (n PR/n ∼ 1.3).

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(Color online) Experimental setup for 3D IL. The beam uses TE polarization, such that the linear polarized light is in the plane of the paper.

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Close up of 3D photonic crystal models, made using 6-exposure interferometric lithography. Each image is 3 μm on edge, Az = azimuth & El = elevation of image plane. (Model parameters: ψ = 45°, θD  = 8° φ = 60°, N = 6, nr  = 1.7, λ = 355 nm, threshold = 62%).

Image of FIG. 7.
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(Color online) Helical 3D IL PhCs made using six exposures with 60° rotation. (a) Mathematical simulations; (b) SEM images of experimental structures. (Model parameters: ψ = 45°, θD  = 8° φ = 60°, N = 3, nr  = 1.7, λ = 355 nm, threshold = 62%).

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(Color online) Helical PhC degree of polarization (DOP) measurements. The average value of 1-DOP is 3.7% for the 3D PhC.

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Scitation: Large area 3D helical photonic crystals
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/avs/journal/jvstb/29/6/10.1116/1.3640756
10.1116/1.3640756
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