Abstract

Extraordinary dispersion features of both bulk and surface polaritons in a finely stratified magnetic-semiconductor structure which is influenced by an external static magnetic field in the Voigt geometry are discussed in this Letter. It is shown that the conditions for total overlapping dispersion regions for the simultaneous existence of bulk and surface polaritons can be reached, providing a conscious choice for the constitutive parameters and material fractions for both magnetic and semiconductor subsystems.

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