Abstract

We report a perfect absorber utilizing the guided resonance of a hypercrystal. Because a hypercrystal confines light to a deeply subwavelength thickness, it operates as a metasurface, providing the required surface conductivity for unity absorption.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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