Abstract

We correct several clerical errors of a previously published paper and provide a material loss Q factor formula with improved accuracy.

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  1. G. Zhu, “Analytical design of quasi-closed subwavelength electromagnetic rectangular resonators using stacks of dielectric–plasmonic bilayers,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 29, 2575–2580 (2012).
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2012

G. Zhu, “Analytical design of quasi-closed subwavelength electromagnetic rectangular resonators using stacks of dielectric–plasmonic bilayers,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 29, 2575–2580 (2012).
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Zhu, G.

G. Zhu, “Analytical design of quasi-closed subwavelength electromagnetic rectangular resonators using stacks of dielectric–plasmonic bilayers,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 29, 2575–2580 (2012).
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J. Opt. Soc. Am. B

G. Zhu, “Analytical design of quasi-closed subwavelength electromagnetic rectangular resonators using stacks of dielectric–plasmonic bilayers,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 29, 2575–2580 (2012).
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Fig. 1.

Material loss Q factor as a function of the dielectric filling ratio. Solid line: analytic result from Eq. (B9) of the previously published paper [1]. Dashed line: analytic result from Eq. (B9) of this errata. Squares: numerical results from COMSOL Multiphysics.

Equations (7)

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δ[1εx]=2(1η)ε0(1ωp2/ω2)2ωp2ω2δωiγd/2ω=Γxε0(δωωiγd2ω),
δ[1εy]=2(1η)ε0(ηε1+(1η)ε0(1ωp2/ω2))2ωp2ω2δωiγd/2ω=Γyε0(δωωiγd2ω),
Γx=2(1η)(1ωp2/ω2)2ωp2ω2,
Γy=2(1η)(ηε1/ε0+(1η)(1ωp2/ω2))2ωp2ω2,
2ωδω=π2μ0(Γyε01Lx2Γxε01Ly2)(δωωiγd2ω),
δω=(1+2ω2π2μ0(Γyε01Lx2+Γxε01Ly2))1·iγd2(1+4λp2Lx211η+λp2Ly2(1η))1·iγd2,
Qmat(1+4λp2Lx211η+λp2Ly2(1η))ωγp,

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