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Two-dimensional photonic band-gap structures as quasi-metals

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Abstract

By considering waves that propagate out of the transverse plane, we show that common high-index materials (e.g., GaAs) with a two-dimensional array of air holes can act in some ways as three-dimensional photonic band-gap structures. In particular, we describe a dielectric quasi-metal that reflects all propagating light incident from free space.

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