Propagation of surface plasmon–polaritons at the boundary of a metal–dielectric with thermal optical nonlinearity
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Media with thermal defocusing nonlinearity and bordering material with high thermal conductivity are investigated. The problem of creating a fixed optical waveguide at the boundary of a metal–dielectric with thermal nonlinearity is solved. The possibility of different types of waves propagating in such a wave guide is considered.
KeywordsRefraction Index Optical Beam Signal Beam Waveguide Channel PLASMONIC Waveguide
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