Organic Monolithic Natural Hyperbolic Material

Yeon Ui Lee, Olivier P.M. Gaudin, Kwangjin Lee, Eunyoung Choi, Virginie Placide, Kazuto Takaishi, Tsuyoshi Muto, Pascal André, Atsuya Muranaka, Masanobu Uchiyama, Fabrice Mathevet, Tetsuya Aoyama, Jeongweon Wu, Anthony D'Aléo, Jean Charles Ribierre

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Materials with hyperbolic dispersion are the key to a variety of photonic applications involving nanoimaging, hyper-lensing, and spontaneous emission engineering, due to the availability of high k modes. Here we demonstrate that spin-coated polycrystalline organic semiconducting films with a layered molecular packing structure can exhibit a hyperbolic dispersion over a wide spectral range and support the presence of surface excitonic polaritons. This was evidenced from 670 to 920 nm and is related to the negative real part of the dielectric permittivity of the selected quinoidal organic semiconductor. In addition, the accessible high k modes lead to changes in the spontaneous emission decay rate and photoluminescence quantum yield of emitters placed nearby the organic monolithic (composed of only one molecule and not necessitating an alternating multilayer structure) natural hyperbolic material. This study opens a new route toward single-step solution manufacturing of large-area, low-cost, and flexible organic photonic metadevices with hyperbolic dispersion.

Original languageEnglish
JournalACS Photonics
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2019

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Optics and Photonics
Spontaneous emission
Photonics
spontaneous emission
Semiconductors
Molecular Structure
photonics
Semiconducting films
semiconducting films
Semiconducting organic compounds
organic semiconductors
Quantum yield
Costs and Cost Analysis
polaritons
laminates
decay rates
availability
Photoluminescence
Multilayers
emitters

Keywords

  • layered molecular packing structure
  • organic natural hyperbolic material
  • organic semiconductor
  • spontaneous emission engineering
  • surface excitonic polaritons

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Biotechnology
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Lee, Y. U., Gaudin, O. P. M., Lee, K., Choi, E., Placide, V., Takaishi, K., ... Ribierre, J. C. (2019). Organic Monolithic Natural Hyperbolic Material. ACS Photonics. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsphotonics.9b00185

Organic Monolithic Natural Hyperbolic Material. / Lee, Yeon Ui; Gaudin, Olivier P.M.; Lee, Kwangjin; Choi, Eunyoung; Placide, Virginie; Takaishi, Kazuto; Muto, Tsuyoshi; André, Pascal; Muranaka, Atsuya; Uchiyama, Masanobu; Mathevet, Fabrice; Aoyama, Tetsuya; Wu, Jeongweon; D'Aléo, Anthony; Ribierre, Jean Charles.

In: ACS Photonics, 01.01.2019.

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Lee, YU, Gaudin, OPM, Lee, K, Choi, E, Placide, V, Takaishi, K, Muto, T, André, P, Muranaka, A, Uchiyama, M, Mathevet, F, Aoyama, T, Wu, J, D'Aléo, A & Ribierre, JC 2019, 'Organic Monolithic Natural Hyperbolic Material', ACS Photonics. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsphotonics.9b00185
Lee, Yeon Ui ; Gaudin, Olivier P.M. ; Lee, Kwangjin ; Choi, Eunyoung ; Placide, Virginie ; Takaishi, Kazuto ; Muto, Tsuyoshi ; André, Pascal ; Muranaka, Atsuya ; Uchiyama, Masanobu ; Mathevet, Fabrice ; Aoyama, Tetsuya ; Wu, Jeongweon ; D'Aléo, Anthony ; Ribierre, Jean Charles. / Organic Monolithic Natural Hyperbolic Material. In: ACS Photonics. 2019.
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