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Figure 1. Directional scattering induced from periodic spoof Mie resonant structure In the following, we will discuss the directional scattering from the designed structure based on these resonant modes demonstrated in Fig. Figure 2. Figure 3. Directional scattering induced from quasiperiodic spoof Mie resonant structure Furthermore, we also design the quasiperiodic spoof Mie resonant structure by alternately inserting dielectric materials A and B into the slits as in Fig.
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