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Table Of Contents

Introduction
Controlling the Properties of Materials
An Overview of the Text
Electromagnetism in Mixed Dielectric Media
The Macroscopic Maxwell Equations
Electromagnetism as an Eigenvalue Problem
General Properties of the Harmonic Modes
Electromagnetic Energy and the Variational Principle
Magnetic vs. Electric Fields
The Effect of Small Perturbations
Scaling Properties of the Maxwell Equations
Discrete vs. Continuous Frequency Ranges
Electrodynamics and Quantum Mechanics Compared
Further Reading
Symmetries and Solid-State Electromagnetism
Using Symmetries to Classify Electromagnetic Modes
Continuous Translational Symmetry
Index guiding
Discrete Translational Symmetry
Photonic Band Structures
Rotational Symmetry and the Irreducible Brillouin Zone
Mirror Symmetry and the Separation of Modes
Time-Reversal Invariance
Bloch-Wave Propagation Velocity
Electrodynamics vs. Quantum Mechanics Again
The Multilayer Film
The Physical Origin of Photonic Band Gaps
Evanescent Modes in Photonic Band Gaps
Off-Axis Propagation
Localized Modes at Defects
Surface States
Omnidirectional Multilayer Mirrors
Two-Dimensional Photonic Crystals
Two-DimensionalBlochStates
Out-of-PlanePropagation
Point defects in a larger gap
SurfaceStates
FurtherReading
Three-Dimensional Photonic Crystals
Three-DimensionalLattices
Spheres in a diamond lattice
Yablonovite
The woodpile crystal
Inverse opals
A stack of two-dimensional crystals
Experimental defect modes in Yablonovite
Periodic Dielectric Waveguides
Overview
ATwo-DimensionalModel
SymmetryandPolarization
Photonic-Crystal Slabs
Reduced-radius rods
Removed holes
Substrates, dispersion, and loss
Delocalization
Cancellation
Photonic-Crystal Fibers
Index-GuidingPhotonic-CrystalFibers
Endlessly single-mode fibers
The scalar limit and LP modes
Enhancement of nonlinear effects
Origin of the band gap in holey fibers
Guided modes in a hollow core
Analysis of cylindrical fibers
Band gaps of Bragg fibers
Guided modes of Bragg fibers
Cladding losses
Inter-modal coupling
Designing Photonic Crystals for Applications
Designing a mirror
Designing a waveguide
Designing a cavity
TemporalCoupled-ModeTheory
The filter transmission
AWaveguideSplitter
Reflection
Refraction and isofrequency diagrams
Unusual refraction and diffraction effects
Epilogue
Comparisons with Quantum Mechanics
The Reciprocal Lattice and the Brillouin Zone
MillerIndices
Atlas of Band Gaps
Three-DimensionalGaps
Computational Photonics
Generalities
Frequency-Domain Eigenproblems
Frequency-Domain Responses
Time-Domain Simulations
A Planewave Eigensolver
Further Reading and Free Software
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
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14160095 Photonic Crystals Molding the Flow of Light 2nd Ed J Joannopoulos Et Al Prince Ton 2008[1]

14160095 Photonic Crystals Molding the Flow of Light 2nd Ed J Joannopoulos Et Al Prince Ton 2008[1]

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