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Fabrication of Three-Dimensional Magnetophotonic Crystals:Opal Thin Films Filled with Bi:YIG

  • Fujikawa, R. (Toyohashi University of Technology) ;
  • Baryshev, A.V. (Toyohashi University of Technology) ;
  • Uchida, H. (Toyohashi University of Technology) ;
  • Lim, P.B. (Crest, Japan Science and Tech. Corporation) ;
  • Inoue, M. (Toyohashi University of Technology)
  • Published : 2006.09.01

Abstract

We have fabricated three-dimensional magnetophotonic crystals based on $\alpha$-$SiO_2$ opal films. Opal thin films grown on glass substrates were filled with bismuth substituted iron garnet (Bi:YIG). Scanning electron microscopy data, optical and magnetic properties of the synthesized samples confirm the presence of the Bi:YIG contentin the opal lattice. It is shown that the samples exhibit the (111) stop band, and transmissivity of the threedimensional magnetophotonic crystals is defined by both the film lattice and the Bi:YIG content.

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