The Defect Modes Property Controlled by Temperature in One Dimensional Photonic Crystal with Liquid Crystal Defect Layer

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The 5CB liquid crystal as defects will be introduced to one dimensional photonic crystal, taking advantage of temperature property of liquid crystal refractive index, the transmission spectrum of one dimensional liquid crystal defect photonic crystal defect modes was researched by the transfer matrix method(TMM). The numerical results indicated that when the temperature went up, one dimensional liquid crystal defect photonic crystal defect modes removed towards the long wavelength. When the temperature increased from 273k to 320k, the defect modes wavelength from 5121nm drifted to 5508nm, the wavelength shift was 387nm and the maximum of temperature sensitivity was 10.85nm/K, it was also observed that the temperature sensitivity decreased as the temperature increased.

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Junqiao Xiong

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206-209

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X. X. Yin et al., "The Defect Modes Property Controlled by Temperature in One Dimensional Photonic Crystal with Liquid Crystal Defect Layer", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 586, pp. 206-209, 2012

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