Advanced Photonic Structures for Biological and Chemical by Xudong Fan (auth.), Xudong Fan (eds.)

By Xudong Fan (auth.), Xudong Fan (eds.)

Part of Springer’s Integrated Analytical Systems sequence, Advanced Photonic constructions for organic and Chemical Detection covers the newest study and improvement of assorted novel photonic constructions and their respective benefits in organic and chemical sensing. the topics include:

  • Optical ring resonators
  • Distributed suggestions resonators
  • Fiber gratings
  • Fabry-Pérot interferometers
  • Mach-Zehnder interferometers
  • Michelson interferometer
  • Young interferometers
  • Spinning-disc interferometers
  • Photonic crystals
  • Micro/nanofibers and photonic wires
  • Slot waveguides
  • Folded waveguides
  • Metal clad waveguides
  • Reverse symmetry waveguides
  • Liquid middle antiresonant reflecting optical waveguides

This booklet will curiosity researchers operating within the quarter of bio-chemical detection and research. it is going to additionally function a good reference for graduate scholars to aid acquaint them with new learn in photonic bio-chemical sensors.

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2008 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 2 Microresonator Sensors Made in Polymers with Functional Chromophore Dopants 31 Fig. 17 The output of the RF electric field sensor at 550 MHz and 10 dBm RF input. Reprinted from Ref. 15 with permission. 8 Conclusion Chromophore-doped polymers have great potential for many sensor applications. Key technologies of the design, fabrication, and electronic-photonic integration of polymer microring resonators and a number of novel microresonator sensors have been successfully developed.

7) where L is the grating period. The coefficients of the Fourier series s0 and s1 depend on the exposure function of the LPG writing process, we will consider in the following numerical analysis s0 ¼ s1 ¼ 1. It is worth noting that s0 Â p0 is the average refractive index modulation of the core while s1 Â p0 is the refractive index modulation strength. Moreover, for the hypothesis of azimuthal symmetry of the refractive index modulation and of the deposited overlay, efficient coupling is achieved only between the core mode and azimuthally symmetric cladding modes, consequently only LP0j cladding modes will been taken into account.

Index of refraction and absorption spectrum, of certain chromophore-doped polymer thin films. 11 shows the UV-VIS-NIR absorption spectra of a thin film of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) doped with chromophore DH630 (shown in Fig. % after various duration of exposure to DNT vapor in the air. The polymer films were spin coated from solution on glass slides, and dried overnight in vacuum at 60–70 C. The thickness of the film is 1 mm. The film is not electrically poled and the chromophores are randomly orientated in the matrix of the PMMA host.

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