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Graphene Plasmons Explored for Nanoscale Control of IR Light

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The ability to capture IR light with graphene nanostructures could open new opportunities for ultrasmall and efficient photodetectors, sensors, and other photonic and optoelectronic nanodevices. Near-field image of a rectanglular graphene nanoresonator. Courtesy of CIC nanoGUNE. When light couples to charge oscillations in graphene the result is plasmon — a mixture of light and charge oscillations — which can be squeezed into miniscule volumes that are millions of times smaller than in conventional dielectric optical cavities. Researchers from the nanoGUNE Cooperative...Read full article

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