# Conditions for achieving invisibility of hyperbolic multilayered nanotubes

@article{DiazAvino2016ConditionsFA, title={Conditions for achieving invisibility of hyperbolic multilayered nanotubes}, author={Carlos D'iaz-Avin'o and Mahin Naserpour and Carlos J. Zapata-Rodr'iguez}, journal={Optics Communications}, year={2016}, volume={381}, pages={234-239} }

## 11 Citations

### Tunable Scattering Cancellation of Light Using Anisotropic Cylindrical Cavities

- PhysicsPlasmonics
- 2016

Engineered core-shell cylinders are good candidates for applications in invisibility and cloaking. In particular, hyperbolic nanotubes demonstrate tunable ultra-low scattering cross section in the…

### Tunable invisibility cloaking by using isolated graphene-coated nanowires and dimers

- PhysicsScientific Reports
- 2017

An analytical formula is derived that enables fast evaluation of the spectral window with a substantial reduction in scattering efficiency for a sufficiently thin cylinder that leads to tunable resonant invisibility that can be achieved via modification of graphene chemical potential monitored by the gate voltage.

### Optimization of multilayered nanotubes for maximal scattering cancellation.

- PhysicsOptics express
- 2016

An optimization for multilayered nanotubes that minimizes the scattering efficiency for a given polarization is derived, and the predominant causes leading to such invisibility effect are critically discussed.

### Multi-frequency super-scattering from sub-wavelength graphene-coated nanotubes

- PhysicsJournal of the Optical Society of America B
- 2019

A cylindrical multilayered structure with three coupled graphene shells is shown to behave as a dual-band super-scatterer at mid-infrared frequencies. Under the 2D plasmonic nature of graphene…

### On the Gold Nanowire-Based Hyperbolic Metamaterials

- Materials Science2018 15th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology (ECTI-CON)
- 2018

Transmission features of filter comprised of gold nanowire-based hyperbolic metamaterial was touched upon. The chosen wavelength range of operation was 400- 1400 nm. The results were obtained in…

### Scattering from Multilayered Graphene-Based Cylindrical and Spherical Particles

- Physics, Engineering
- 2020

This chapter discusses various approaches for calculating the modifiedMie-Lorenz coefficients of the graphene-based multilayered cylindrical and spherical geometries. Initially, the Kubo model of…

### Electromagnetic wave propagation in alternating material-metamaterial layered structures

- Physics
- 2016

Using the transfer matrix method, we examine the parametric behavior of the transmittance of an electromagnetic plane wave propagating in the lossless regime through a periodic multilayered system as…

### Comparison of cylinder- and planar-effective medium approximations on calculation of scattering properties of cylindrical hyperbolic metamaterials

- Materials ScienceJournal of the Optical Society of America B
- 2019

In this paper, we compare the applicability of the planar-effective medium approximation (PEMA) and cylinder-effective medium approximation (CEMA) for analyzing the scattering properties of…

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