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A comparative study of semiconductor-based plasmonic metamaterials

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  • Recent Metamaterial (Mm) Research Faces Several Problems When Using Metal-Based Plasmonic Components
  • The Use Of Conventional Metals For Mms Is Limited By Several Factors: Metals Such As Gold And Silver
  • And In Addition
  • Their Optical Properties Cannot Be Tuned
  • These Issues That Put Severe Constraints On The Device Applications Of Mms Could Be Overcome If Semi
  • Heavily Doped
  • Wide Bandgap Oxide Semiconductors Could Exhibit Both A Small Negative Real Permittivity And Relative
  • Heavily Doped Oxides Of Zinc And Indium Were Already Reported To Be Good
  • Low Loss Alternatives To Metals In The Nir Range
  • Here
  • We Consider These Transparent Conducting Oxides (Tcos) As Alternative Plasmonic Materials For Many S
  • We Show That Tcos Outperform Conventional Metals For Enz And Other Mm-Applications In The Nir

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A comparative study of semiconductor-based plasmonic metamaterials - DTU Orbit (31/03/14) A comparative study of semiconductor-based plasmonic metamaterials - DTU Orbit (31/03/14) Naik, Gururaj V. and Alexandra Boltasseva. "A comparative study of semiconductor-based plasmonic metamaterials". Metamaterials. 2011, 5(1). 1-7. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.metmat.2010.11.001

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