Graphene is a bi-dimensional material that offers unique and exceptional physical, chemical and optical properties. Graphene is highly transparent in the visible and near-infrared spectra (VIS-NIR) due to its atomic thickness equal to about 0.34 nm [1]. Its absorption is independent on the material parameters since it only related to the fundamental constants leading to an absorbance equal to about 2.3% across the VIS range [1]. This value can be extremely boosted or enhanced by introducing the monolayer graphene in a resonant structure that foster a strong interaction between photons and the bi-dimensional material [2].

Harnessing guided mode resonances in a one-dimensional grating for graphene-based absorbers

Grande M.;Vincenti M. A.;De Ceglia D.;Petruzzelli V.;D'Orazio A.
2014-01-01

Abstract

Graphene is a bi-dimensional material that offers unique and exceptional physical, chemical and optical properties. Graphene is highly transparent in the visible and near-infrared spectra (VIS-NIR) due to its atomic thickness equal to about 0.34 nm [1]. Its absorption is independent on the material parameters since it only related to the fundamental constants leading to an absorbance equal to about 2.3% across the VIS range [1]. This value can be extremely boosted or enhanced by introducing the monolayer graphene in a resonant structure that foster a strong interaction between photons and the bi-dimensional material [2].
European Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, CLEO 2015
978-1-4673-7475-0
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