Abstract

We investigate surface plasmon–soliton (SPS) propagation in transverse magnetic field in heterostructures with Kerr nonlinearity. The nonlinear Schrödinger equation in the framework of perturbation theory has been derived for three cases: a single-interface metal/nonlinear-dielectric structure and double-interface structures of nonlinear-dielectric/metal/dielectric with either ferromagnetic or nonmagnetic dielectric. The effect of the magneto-optical nonreciprocity in the Schrödinger equation is found. The estimations show that the effect is the strongest for the double-interface structure with a magnetic substrate in the vicinity of the resonant plasmonic frequency. We have also shown that the external magnetic field modifies SPS amplitude and width.

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