Paper Title:
Phase Transition in Photonic Crystals Doped with Nanoparticles
  Abstract

We have study the phenomenon on of phase transition in photonic band gap (PBG) materials doped with four-level nanoparticles in the presence of the dipole-dipole interaction. Numerical simulations for the real susceptibility have been performed for an isotropic PBG material. It is found that the real susceptibility has a singularity for a certain value of the nanostructure concentration. This is a signature of the phase transition in the system.

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S. J. CHUA, J. H. TENG, O. WADA, R. DE LA RUE and X. H. TANG
Pages
242-245
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.31.242
Citation
M. R. Singh, "Phase Transition in Photonic Crystals Doped with Nanoparticles", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 31, pp. 242-245, 2008
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November 2007
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