Selective thermal emitters have gathered great attention recently, which can radiate only in narrow band and reduce the radiation losses in other wavelengths [1]. In order to fabricate large area selective thermal emitters, a planar multilayer structure that can excite surface state resonances can be the best candidate [2]. Among surface waves, Tamm plasmon polaritons (TPPs) can be excited through normal incidence both in TE- and TM- polarized light, which is advantageous in sample design [3-4].

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