Department of Physics; Institute of Advanced Material
Rabi-like splitting was observed from a hybrid plasmonic microcavity. The splitting comes from the coupling of cavity mode with the surface plasmon polariton mode; anti-crossing was observed alongside the modal conversional channel on the reflection light measurement. The hybrid device consists of a 10x10 mm2 ruled metal grating integrated onto the Fabry-Perot microcavity. The 10x10 mm2 ruled metal grating fabricated from laser interference and the area is sufficiently large to be used in the practical optical device. The larger area hybrid plasmonic microcavity can be employed in polariton lasers and biosensors.
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This work is supported by the Research Grant Council of Hong Kong under Projects AoE/P-02/12 and CUHK1/CRF/12G.
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Alast, Fatemeh Hosseini, Guixin Li, and K. W. Cheah. "Rabi-like splitting from large area plasmonic microcavity." AIP Advances 7.8 (2017): 085201-1-085201-6.
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