Advanced Photonic Structures for Biological and Chemical by Xudong Fan (auth.), Xudong Fan (eds.)
By Xudong Fan (auth.), Xudong Fan (eds.)
Part of Springer’s Integrated Analytical Systems sequence, Advanced Photonic constructions for organic and Chemical Detection covers the newest examine and improvement of assorted novel photonic buildings and their respective merits in organic and chemical sensing. the topics include:
- Optical ring resonators
- Distributed suggestions resonators
- Fiber gratings
- Fabry-Pérot interferometers
- Mach-Zehnder interferometers
- Michelson interferometer
- Young interferometers
- Spinning-disc interferometers
- Photonic crystals
- Micro/nanofibers and photonic wires
- Slot waveguides
- Folded waveguides
- Metal clad waveguides
- Reverse symmetry waveguides
- Liquid middle antiresonant reflecting optical waveguides
This publication will curiosity researchers operating within the quarter of bio-chemical detection and research. it is going to additionally function a great reference for graduate scholars to assist acquaint them with new learn in photonic bio-chemical sensors.
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The thickness of the film is 1 mm. The film is not electrically poled and the chromophores are randomly orientated in the matrix of the PMMA host. 3 after 22 A. 0 400 600 800 1000 1200 Wavelength (nm) 1400 1600 Fig. 11 Absorption spectrum of a DH6/PMMA thin film after it is exposed to DNT vapor at 65 C for various periods of time. The peak at about 630 nm is the characteristic absorption peak of the chromophore. Reprinted from Ref. 33 with permission. # 2008 American Chemical Society the film is exposed to saturated DNT vapor in air at 65 C for 24 h.
Reprinted from Ref. 15 with permission. # 2008 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers thickness of the polymer film after e-beam bleaching is also observed. Electron beam provides nanometer scale resolution, and microring resonators with critical feature size of 100–200 nm are readily achievable. E-beam bleaching can be carried out by a standard scanning electron microscope (SEM) with a pattern generator. Without the need of expensive high resolution photomasks, different designs of microring resonator devices can be generated easily with electron beam bleaching.
The shape of a LPG transmission spectrum in terms of attenuation bands central wavelength, depth and bandwidth depends on the effective refractive index difference between the core mode and the jth cladding mode, the overlap integral between the core mode field and the cladding mode field, the grating period, length and index modulation strength and on the physical parameters that characterize its status such as temperature, strain, bending and surrounding medium refractive index (SRI). In fact, whatever entity that is able to affect the difference of the effective indices of the core and cladding modes and/or its period and length, is able at the same time to affect the phase matching condition and the coupling strength2.