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Indium Phosphide Nanoflags: Optical Characterization, Applications and Device Integration

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Abstract

We present a novel structure of InP nanoflag, characterize its photoluminescence and polarization properties as well as its reflection spectra and show calculations of its resonance effects. We discuss application in several nanophotonics devices.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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