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The calculated surface current at 24 GHz. Red indicates the maximum and blue indicates the minimum. Phase of the currents changes by 10 degrees. The authors investigated the splitting of surface electromagnetic waves trapped at the output surface of a one-dimensional metallic grating structure. [See - H. Caglayan and E. Ozbay Fig. 6 for details.]
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- Nonlinear optics in daily life
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- Photonic crystal nanocavity with a Q-factor of ~9 million
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- Adiabatically-tapered fiber mode multiplexers
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