1 January 2011 Shape effect on the real parts of equivalent permeability of chevron thin films of silver
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One symmetric and two asymmetric chevron thin films of silver were fabricated by bidepositing oppositely tilted nanorods sequentially via oblique angle deposition. The equivalent electromagnetic parameters of the films for s and p polarizations were retrieved at a wavelength of 639 nm for normal incidence using walk-off and polarization interferometers. Experimental results indicate that the symmetric chevron thin film has the strongest magnetic field reversal among the three different shapes. The coupling of the transverse magnetic field between two separate rods makes the equivalent permeability negative real.
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Yi-Jun Jen, Ching-Wei Yu, Yu-Hsiung Wang, Jheng-Jie Jhou, "Shape effect on the real parts of equivalent permeability of chevron thin films of silver," Journal of Nanophotonics 5(1), 051507 (1 January 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3553236 . Submission:
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