PROJECT TITLE :
Band-Limited Filters and Bragg Reflectors in Perturbed Defect Nanostructures of Chiral Sculptured Thin Films
Sculptured skinny films (STFs) are built films having tailored morphology and high porosity. Henceforth, we tend to can elicit desired optical responses upon light excitation in these films. The oblique deposition of the nanocolumns and also the ensuing anisotropic properties are discovered over the past decade. Their discovery has cause unique and predictable optical, mechanical, electrical, magnetic, thermal, and biological properties. To study the optical response of such STFs, we tend to introduced a central defect in a perturbed chiral STF (CSTF), which transmits lightweight of one circular polarization state and reflects the other in a very spectral Bragg regime. The perturbed CSTF reflects lightweight of each circular polarization states in the Bragg regime if the amplitude of modulation of vapor incident angle will increase. A structurally chiral layer defect or either central twist defect in a very perturbed matched CSTF fabricated a slim bandpass (ultranarrow bandstop filter) and Bragg reflectors relying upon the thickness and periods of those nanostructures. But, both the ultranarrow bandstop filter and Bragg reflectors became polarization insensitive by the acceptable modulation of the tilt nanohelixes of perturbed CSTFs. Moreover, simulation revealed that the polarization-insensitive Bragg mirrors, laser mirror, and Bragg reflector were fabricated using such CSTF structures having structural defect. These structural nanomaterials are terribly tolerant when the amplitude of modulation of vapor incident angle is sufficiently massive. It has been conjointly examined that different STFs structures of different refractive indices and porosity are fabricated by changing deposition angle and angle of inclination through modulation and glancing angle deposition.
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