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Three-Dimensional Silicon Photonic Crystals from Polymer Templates: Single versus Double Inversion

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Abstract

We present recent progress in converting polymer templates into three-dimensional silicon photonic crystals by using double (single) inversion. This has led to woodpiles (inverse woodpiles) with improved structural and optical quality.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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