Transmissivity and Reflectivity of a TE-polarized Wave Incident on a Microcavity Containing Strongly Coupled Excitons with In-plane Uniaxially Oriented Transition Dipole Moments

Florian Le Roux, Robert Anthony Taylor, Donal Donat Conor Bradley

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Abstract

This work examines the reflectivity and transmissivity of a TE-polarized wave incident on a microcavity containing strongly coupled excitons with in-plane uniaxially oriented transition dipole moments and presents a different interpretation to a previous report. The propagation of the electric field inside the cavity is discussed and a distinction is made between two different physical cases: the first, previously observed, and the second, which enables the interpretation of measurements performed on a microcavity containing an oriented layer of liquid-crystalline poly(9,9-dioctylfluorene). In all cases, the reflected and transmitted electric fields derive from photons leaking parallel and perpendicular to the transition dipole moment orientation.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Journalphysica status solidi (b)
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StatePublished - Jul 3 2020

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KAUST Repository Item: Exported on 2020-10-01
Acknowledgements: The authors acknowledge funding from the University of Oxford, from the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and the Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute. F.L.R. further thanks Wolfson College and Dr Simon Harrison for the award of a Wolfson Harrison UK Research Council Physics Scholarship.

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