Metal Slot Color Filter Based on Thin Air Slots on Silver Block Array
AbstractThe human eye perceives the color of visible light depending on the spectrum of the incident light. Hence, the ability of color expression is very important in display devices. For practical applications, the transmitted color filter requires high transmittance and vivid colors, covering full standard default color spaces (sRGB). In this paper, we propose a color filter with a silver block array on a silica substrate structure with nanoscale air slots where strong transmission is observed through the slots between silver blocks. We investigated the transmitted color by simulating the transmission spectra as functions of various structure parameters. The proposed structure with an extremely small pixel size of less than 300 nm covers 90% of sRGB color depending on the structure and has a narrow angular distribution of transmitted light. View Full-Text
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Kim, Y.; Moon, K.; Lee, Y.J.; Hong, S.; Kwon, S.-H. Metal Slot Color Filter Based on Thin Air Slots on Silver Block Array. Nanomaterials 2019, 9, 912.
Kim Y, Moon K, Lee YJ, Hong S, Kwon S-H. Metal Slot Color Filter Based on Thin Air Slots on Silver Block Array. Nanomaterials. 2019; 9(6):912.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Youngsoo; Moon, Kihwan; Lee, Young J.; Hong, Seokhyeon; Kwon, Soon-Hong. 2019. "Metal Slot Color Filter Based on Thin Air Slots on Silver Block Array." Nanomaterials 9, no. 6: 912.
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