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the excitation of coupled metal-graphene surface plasmons, in the Otto configuration at the WR 3.4 band was demonstrated experimentally. The influence of the air gap on the excitation efficiency was investigated. The results enable us to characterize graphene samples, and can be used for potential applications, such as in design and fabrication of biomedical sensors, oscillations, switches polarizers, filters, and modulators.
|Title of host publication||World Symposium on Mechatronics Engineering & Applied Physics, Sousse, TUNISIA, July 16-18|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||World Symposium on Mechatronics Engineering & Applied Physics - Sousse, Tunisia|
Duration: 16 Jul 2016 → 18 Jul 2016
|Conference||World Symposium on Mechatronics Engineering & Applied Physics|
|Period||16/07/16 → 18/07/16|
- Surface plasmon
- Otto configurations I
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SRP11: Strategic Research Programme: Processing of large scale multi-dimensional, multi-spectral, multi-sensorial and distributed data (M³D²)
1/11/12 → 31/10/22