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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1109/TMAG.2020.3025502

Anisotropic Multi-layer Elliptical Waveguides Incorporating Graphene Layers: A Novel Analytical Model

02 Mar 2021-arXiv: Optics-
Abstract: This article aims to propose a novel analytical model for anisotropic multi-layer elliptical structures incorporating graphene layers. The multi-layer structure is formed of various magnetic materials. An external magnetic bias has been applied in the axial direction. A graphene layer, with isotropic surface conductivity, has been sandwiched between two adjacent anisotropic materials. A novel matrix representation has been derived to find the propagation parameters of the multi-layer structure. Two exemplary important cases of the proposed general structure, as waveguides, have been investigated to show, first the validity of our proposed analytical model, and second, the richness of the general structure. The analytical and simulation results show an excellent agreement. A very large value of the figure of merit (FOM), e.g. FOM=110, is achieved for the second structure for the chemical potential and external magnetic bias of 0.9 ev and 1T, respectively. Our general structure and its analytical model can be exploited to design innovative THz devices such as absorbers, couplers, and cloaks.

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Topics: Figure of merit (51%)
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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1007/S11468-020-01336-Y
06 Jan 2021-Plasmonics
Abstract: This paper presents an analytical study of transverse-magnetic-polarized surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) in nonlinear multi-layer structures containing graphene sheets. In the general structure, each graphene sheet has been sandwiched between two different nonlinear magnetic materials. To show the richness of the proposed general waveguide, two novel nonlinear structures have been introduced and investigated as special cases of the general structure. It will be shown that the propagation features of these structures can be tuned by changing the chemical potential of the graphene and the incident mode power. A large value of the effective index, i.e., $${n}_{\mathrm{eff}}=240$$ for the chemical potential of $${\mu }_{c}=0.2 ev$$ and the incident power of $$\alpha {\left|{H}_{y,0}\right|}^{2}=3$$ is obtained for the second structure at the frequency of 40 THz. The analytical results confirm that the integration of nonlinear magnetic materials with graphene sheets can control and enhance the propagating features and the self-focused of the field in the nonlinear layer. This integration gives more degrees of freedom to the designer to propose new THz components such as lasers and switches in the THz region.

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Topics: Surface plasmon polariton (53%), Graphene (51%)

11 Citations


Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1007/S11468-020-01336-Y
Mohammad Bagher Heydari1Institutions (1)
04 Jul 2021-arXiv: Optics
Abstract: In this article, an analytical model is proposed for the study of Transverse-electric (TE) surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) in nonlinear multi-layer graphene-based waveguides. Each graphene sheet has been located between two different Kerr-type layers. As special cases of the general, proposed structure, two new nonlinear graphene-based waveguides are introduced and investigated in this paper. The obtained results show that the propagation properties of these exemplary structures are adjustable via chemical potential and nonlinear coefficients. A large value of the effective index, i.e. neff=82 is obtained for the chemical potential of 0.15 ev and the nonlinear ratio of 0.8 for the second structure at the frequency of 61 THz. The presented study suggests a novel platform in graphene plasmonics, which can be used for the design of innovative THz devices.

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Topics: Surface plasmon polariton (58%), Graphene (55%)

10 Citations


Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.IJLEO.2021.166457
01 Apr 2021-Optik
Abstract: This article proposes a novel three-port circulator with a triangular graphene-based post for the THz region This new circulator is formed by three 120° symmetrical metal-based waveguides The anisotropic feature for circulation is provided by magnetically-biased graphene in the triangular post The DC magnetic bias is applied in the z-direction The magnetized, triangular graphene sheet supports hybrid TM-TE plasmons To realize the proposed circulator, the structure has been simulated in COMSOL software In our simulation results, isolation of -40 dB with a transmission loss of -35 dB is obtained at the central frequency of 5 THz for a specific design The bandwidth of the simulated circulator is reported 725 % with respect to the isolation level of -15 dB It has been shown that the scattering parameters of the proposed circulator can be changed by altering the chemical potential of the graphene and DC magnetic bias, which makes this circulator a tunable device to be utilized in various plasmonic systems

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Topics: Circulator (69%)

8 Citations


Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.PHOTONICS.2020.100834
09 Mar 2021-arXiv: Optics
Abstract: We propose a novel analytical model for anisotropic multi-layer cylindrical structures containing graphene layers. The general structure is formed by an aperiodic repetition of a three-layer sub-structure, where a graphene layer, with an isotropic surface conductivity, has been sandwiched between two adjacent magnetic materials. An external magnetic bias has been applied in the axial direction. General matrix representation is obtained in our proposed analytical model to find the dispersion relation. The relation will be used to find the effective index of the structure and its other propagation parameters. Two special exemplary structures have been introduced and studied to show the richness of the proposed general structure regarding the related specific plasmonic wave phenomena and effects. A series of simulations have been conducted to demonstrate the noticeable wave-guiding properties of the structure in the 10-40 THz band. A very good agreement between the analytical and simulation results is observed. The proposed structure can be utilized to design novel plasmonic devices such as absorbers, modulators, plasmonic sensors and tunable antennas in the THz frequencies.

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Topics: Graphene (51%), Surface conductivity (51%), Dispersion relation (50%)

7 Citations


Open accessPosted Content
15 Mar 2021-arXiv: Optics
Abstract: This paper aims to study the magneto-plasmons in an anisotropic graphene nano-waveguide with bigyrotropic cover and substrate. The substrate is backed by a perfect electromagnetic conductor (PEMC) layer, a general and ideal boundary, which can be transformed easily into the perfect electric conductor (PEC) or the perfect magnetic conductor (PMC) boundaries. The upper and bottom layers of the graphene sheet are made of different magnetic materials. The external magnetic field is applied perpendicularly to the structure surface, which can be provided by a permanent magnet placed underneath the ground plane. Hence, the graphene sheet has anisotropic conductivity tensor. A novel analytical model has been proposed for the general nano-waveguide to find its propagation properties. As special cases of the proposed general structure, two important new waveguides have been introduced and studied to show, first the richness of the proposed general nano-waveguide regarding the related specific plasmonic wave phenomena and effects, and second the validity and the high accuracy of the proposed model. The analytical and the simulation results are in an excellent agreement. It is shown that the modal properties of the proposed structure can be tuned effectively via the external magnetic field and the chemical potential of the graphene. Harnessing the non-reciprocity effect of anisotropic materials and the graphene sheet, the presented analytical model can be exploited to design tunable innovative devices in THz frequencies.

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Topics: Perfect conductor (59%), Graphene (54%), Magnetic field (51%)

2 Citations


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Topics: Spin wave (64%), Polarization (waves) (59%), Ferromagnetic resonance (58%) ... show more

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1021/NN406627U
Tony Low1, Phaedon Avouris1Institutions (1)
31 Jan 2014-ACS Nano
Abstract: In recent years, we have seen a rapid progress in the field of graphene plasmonics, motivated by graphene’s unique electrical and optical properties, tunability, long-lived collective excitation and its extreme light confinement. Here, we review the basic properties of graphene plasmons: their energy dispersion, localization and propagation, plasmon–phonon hybridization, lifetimes and damping pathways. The application space of graphene plasmonics lies in the technologically significant, but relatively unexploited terahertz to mid-infrared regime. We discuss emerging and potential applications, such as modulators, notch filters, polarizers, mid-infrared photodetectors, and mid-infrared vibrational spectroscopy, among many others.

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Topics: Graphene (53%), Terahertz radiation (53%)

951 Citations


Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/19/2/026222
Abstract: Landau level quantization in graphene reflects the Dirac nature of its quasiparticles and has been found to exhibit an unusual integer quantum Hall effect. In particular, the lowest Landau level can be thought of as shared equally by electrons and holes, and this leads to characteristic behaviour of the magneto-optical conductivity as a function of frequency Ω for various values of the chemical potential μ. Particular attention is paid to the optical spectral weight under various absorption peaks and its redistribution as μ is varied. We also provide results for magnetic field B as well as chemical potential sweeps at selected fixed frequencies, which can be particularly useful for possible measurements in graphene. Both diagonal and Hall conductivities are considered.

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Topics: Landau quantization (63%), Quantum Hall effect (61%), Optical conductivity (58%) ... show more

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1038/NNANO.2007.291
Se-Ho Lee1, Yeonwoong Jung1, Ritesh Agarwal1Institutions (1)
Abstract: The search for a universal memory storage device that combines rapid read and write speeds, high storage density and non-volatility is driving the exploration of new materials in nanostructured form1,2,3,4,5,6,7. Phase-change materials, which can be reversibly switched between amorphous and crystalline states, are promising in this respect, but top-down processing of these materials into nanostructures often damages their useful properties4,5. Self-assembled nanowire-based phase-change material memory devices offer an attractive solution owing to their sub-lithographic sizes and unique geometry, coupled with the facile etch-free processes with which they can be fabricated. Here, we explore the effects of nanoscaling on the memory-storage capability of self-assembled Ge2Sb2Te5 nanowires, an important phase-change material. Our measurements of write-current amplitude, switching speed, endurance and data retention time in these devices show that such nanowires are promising building blocks for non-volatile scalable memory and may represent the ultimate size limit in exploring current-induced phase transition in nanoscale systems.

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Topics: Universal memory (56%), Nanowire (53%)

387 Citations


Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1364/OE.14.013030
Pierre Berini1Institutions (1)
25 Dec 2006-Optics Express
Abstract: Three figures of merit are proposed as quality measures for surface plasmon waveguides. They are defined as benefit-to-cost ratios where the benefit is confinement and the cost is attenuation. Three different ways of measuring confinement are considered, leading to three figures of merit. One of the figures of merit is connected to the quality factor. The figures of merit were then used to assess and compare the wavelength response of hree popular 1-D surface plasmon waveguides: the single metal-dielectric interface, the metal slab bounded by dielectric and the dielectric slab bounded by metal. Closed form expressions are given for the figures of merit of the single metal-dielectric interface.

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