TITLE

Narrow-band polarized light emission from organic microcavity fabricated by sol-gel technique

AUTHOR(S)
Song, Qinghai; Liu, Liying; Ling, Tao; Xu, Lei; Wang, Wencheng
PUB. DATE
May 2003
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;5/5/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 18, p2939
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We report the fabrication and optical properties of an organic light-emitting microcavity. The cavity is a laser dye-doped polycarbonate film sandwiched between two Bragg reflectors, fabricated by alternately depositing TiO[sub 2] and SiO[sub 2] sol-gel thin films. Reflectivity up to 98% was achieved using the Bragg reflectors. The cavity has a photonic band gap between 597 and 789 nm with a defect state inside the gap. Narrow-band optical pumped light emission from the cavity and its polarization dependence were observed. A cavity quality factor as high as 354 was achieved. Angular and polarization dependence of light emission were analyzed using the transfer matrix method. All experimental results agree well with theoretical calculations.
ACCESSION #
9630259

 

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