- Bandgap structures, Photonic
- Photonic bandgap structures
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- found: Work cat.: Dedman, E.R. Characterisation of photonic crystals fabricated by holographic lithography, 2004: p. 4 (photonic crystals, sometimes known as photonic bandgap structures, are dielectric microstructures, which are periodic in one, two or three dimensions with a periodicity of the order of the wavelength of light, and thus modulate electromagnetic radiation. A photonic crystal is the optical equivalent of an electronic semiconductor)
- found: Isaacs, A. A dictionary of physics, 2000 (Photonic crystal. A crystal lattice in which diffraction of electromagnetic radiation occurs with visible light)
- 2005-08-24: new
- 2006-12-05: revised
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