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The extension of our analysis to multiple volume index gratings provides an explanation of the relationship between birefringence and crystal symmetry. Recently dielectric layered media, which exhibit form bire- Furthermore, the analysis can be extended to include non- fringence, were demonstrated to be excellent synthetic sinusoidal variations. And the extension of our analysis materials for compensators in normally white twisted to multiple volume index gratings provides an explana- nematic liquid-crystal displays.

Form birefrin- gence is an interesting phenomenon in classical optics4—6 in which a periodic layered medium consisting of alter- 2. The unique property of negative interface between a homogeneous medium and a semi- form birefringence provides an ideal compensation for infinite periodic layered medium are not yet well under- normally white twisted nematic liquid-crystal displays, stood.

For example, one of the remaining questions is: which exhibit positive birefringence when the liquid- What is the reflection coefficient r of a plane wave that crystal molecules are homeotropically aligned. In Ref. One might attempt to take N to be infinity and medium and a semi-infinite periodic layered medium.

Unfortunately, rN is a periodic the periodic layered medium behaves as a uniaxial mate- function of N and does not converge to a limiting value rial.

This result provides an independent confirmation as N! In the fol- of the form birefringence of a periodic layered medium. In the limiting case of small pe- between the reflection at the interface between a ho- riods our result shows that the periodic layered medium mogeneous medium and a semi-infinite periodic layered is optically equivalent to a uniaxial material.

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This re- medium and that of a Bragg reflector that consists of a sult provides an independent confirmation of the form large number of layers sN.. To explore alternative approaches to form birefrin- Referring to Fig. Our homogeneous material and a semi-infinite periodic lay- result shows that a single sinusoidal index grating in- ered medium. Yeh Vol. B of the Bloch wave.

According to Ref. As a result, the reflection coefficient is obtained as b0 expsiKLd 2 A.

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Also shown in Fig. The transmitted wave in the proaches a finite nonzero value. This is the region where region z.

The multiple reflected larly interested in the limiting case when the period of the waves add up coherently and contribute to the overall am- layered medium is much less than the wavelength of light, plitude of the reflected plane wave in the region z , 0.

Equation 6 is a general expression for To solve for the reflection coefficient we use the ap- the reflection coefficient. The reflection coefficient in the proaches given in Ref.

On the homogeneous side of the small-period limit can be obtained as follows. In the case interface the incident and reflected waves are described in of a, b!

On the periodic layered medium side of the interface the transmitted wave is described in 2 KTE b2 v2 terms of a Bloch wave.

The eigenvalue of the Bloch wave number K is solved in Ref. Letting N approach infinity does not eliminate Equations 9 and 10 can also be obtained from the the backward-propagating Bloch wave, except in the effective-medium theory.

In the limiting case of small 8 can be written in terms of the z components of the periods one can understand this difference by examining wave vectors as the reflection by a simple interface between two media and that by a slab of uniaxial material.

As shown in Fig. Notice that the reflection coefficients given index grating we use the static field approximation. They are determined by the relative the medium is uniaxial with its c axis in the z direction.

This result independently where o and e stand for ordinary and extraordinary, confirms that such a form birefringent material is indeed respectively. The Electromagnetic Field. Chapter 2. Interaction of Electromagnetic Radiation with Matter.

Chapter 3. Reflection and Refraction of Plane Waves. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Matrix Formulation for Isotropic Layered Media. The extension of our analysis to multiple volume index gratings provides an explanation of the relationship between birefringence and crystal symmetry.

Optical Waves in Layered Media

Recently dielectric layered media, which exhibit form bire- Furthermore, the analysis can be extended to include non- fringence, were demonstrated to be excellent synthetic sinusoidal variations. And the extension of our analysis materials for compensators in normally white twisted to multiple volume index gratings provides an explana- nematic liquid-crystal displays. Form birefrin- gence is an interesting phenomenon in classical optics4—6 in which a periodic layered medium consisting of alter- 2.

The unique property of negative interface between a homogeneous medium and a semi- form birefringence provides an ideal compensation for infinite periodic layered medium are not yet well under- normally white twisted nematic liquid-crystal displays, stood. For example, one of the remaining questions is: which exhibit positive birefringence when the liquid- What is the reflection coefficient r of a plane wave that crystal molecules are homeotropically aligned.

In Ref. One might attempt to take N to be infinity and medium and a semi-infinite periodic layered medium. Unfortunately, rN is a periodic the periodic layered medium behaves as a uniaxial mate- function of N and does not converge to a limiting value rial. This result provides an independent confirmation as N! In the fol- of the form birefringence of a periodic layered medium. In the limiting case of small pe- between the reflection at the interface between a ho- riods our result shows that the periodic layered medium mogeneous medium and a semi-infinite periodic layered is optically equivalent to a uniaxial material.

This re- medium and that of a Bragg reflector that consists of a sult provides an independent confirmation of the form large number of layers sN.. To explore alternative approaches to form birefrin- Referring to Fig.

Our homogeneous material and a semi-infinite periodic lay- result shows that a single sinusoidal index grating in- ered medium. Yeh Vol. B of the Bloch wave.

According to Ref. As a result, the reflection coefficient is obtained as b0 expsiKLd 2 A. Also shown in Fig.

The transmitted wave in the proaches a finite nonzero value. This is the region where region z. The multiple reflected larly interested in the limiting case when the period of the waves add up coherently and contribute to the overall am- layered medium is much less than the wavelength of light, plitude of the reflected plane wave in the region z , 0.

Equation 6 is a general expression for To solve for the reflection coefficient we use the ap- the reflection coefficient. The reflection coefficient in the proaches given in Ref.

On the homogeneous side of the small-period limit can be obtained as follows.

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In the case interface the incident and reflected waves are described in of a, b! On the periodic layered medium side of the interface the transmitted wave is described in 2 KTE b2 v2 terms of a Bloch wave. The eigenvalue of the Bloch wave number K is solved in Ref. Letting N approach infinity does not eliminate Equations 9 and 10 can also be obtained from the the backward-propagating Bloch wave, except in the effective-medium theory.

In the limiting case of small 8 can be written in terms of the z components of the periods one can understand this difference by examining wave vectors as the reflection by a simple interface between two media and that by a slab of uniaxial material. As shown in Fig. Notice that the reflection coefficients given index grating we use the static field approximation. They are determined by the relative the medium is uniaxial with its c axis in the z direction.

This result independently where o and e stand for ordinary and extraordinary, confirms that such a form birefringent material is indeed respectively.See, for example, P. Inhomogeneous Layers. It is legitimate to assume that the which indicates a uniaxial crystal with its c axis in the z periodic structure of atoms in crystals leads to a periodic direction.

For example, consider two index grat- continuity conditions that the electric field components ings given by Ex and Ey and the displacement component Dz are con- stants throughout the medium. Other parameters are the same as those used in Fig. On the other hand, the form birefringence of a layered medium has been given by Eqs.

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