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Friday, July 15, 2016
Abstract-Sharp Toroidal Resonances in Planar Terahertz Metasurfaces
A toroidal dipole in metasurfaces provides an alternate approach for the excitation of high-Qresonances. In contrast to conventional multipoles, toroidal dipole interaction strength depends on the time derivative of the surrounding electric field. A characteristic feature of a toroidal dipole is tightly confined loops of oscillating magnetic field that curl around the fictitious arrow of a toroidal dipole vector.