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A Chiral Beamsplitter Inspired by Butterfly Nanostructures

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Abstract

Here we present a chiral analog of the linearly polarizing beamsplitter [1]. This microscopic device was built from a biomimetic chiral photonic crystal and separates left and right-handed circularly polarized light at near-infrared wavelengths.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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