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Improving Devices with Plasmonics

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New research in plasmonics could yield useful applications in terahertz-regime spectroscopy and communications.

HANK HOGAN, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR

Researchers are putting electron oscillations, or plasmons, to work and paving the way for instruments that could improve food safety and devices for future mobile communications. Additionally, plasmonic-enabled nanolasers could provide a means to link chips or subsections of chips, which would enable computers to become faster, smaller, and more efficient. However, scientists and engineers must first overcome challenges related to nanomanufacturing, high optical intensities, and optical intensities, and optical losses.

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Photonics Spectra
Feb 2020
FeaturesplasmonicsterahertzTHzphotoconductorsplasmonic gratingsspectroscopyterahertz spectroscopyThz spectroscopy5G6G

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