Abstract

We presented the significant enhancement of the photonic spin Hall effect by taking advantage of long-range surface plasmon resonance (LRSPR). The influence of the thicknesses of metal and dielectric layers in the insulator-metal-insulator structure which supports LRSPR was investigated. Under the optimal parameter setup, the largest transverse separation with a 632.8 nm incident Gaussian beam reaches 7.85 μm, which is much larger than previous reported values.

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