Simulation of far field optical scattering from single layer metallic 2D photonic crystal of square lattice of square holes
We consider a 50nm thick free standing layer of Ag. A periodic array of sqaure holes are openned in the film. Linearly polarized plane wave of light is normally incident from ambient. We simulate reflected and transmitted spectrum of scattered modes.
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