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The Confinement of Electromagnetic Radiation of Nanoemitters in a Multilayered Microsphere with Left-Handed Layers

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The electromagnetic radiation of nanoemitters placed into a multilayered microsphere with dispersive left-handed (LH) layers included is studied numerically. It is found that in the frequency range where LH layers have a negative refraction index the field frequency spectrum consists of a series of narrow and well separated resonances. In the band of such peaks, the great part of the field energy is located in a LH layer and practically does not leave the microsphere.

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G. Burlak and A. Díaz-de-Anda, "The Confinement of Electromagnetic Radiation of Nanoemitters in a Multilayered Microsphere with Left-Handed Layers," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 2 No. 12, 2010, pp. 654-663. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2010.212086.

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