Controlled exciton–plasmon coupling in a mixture of ultrathin periodically aligned single-wall carbon nanotube arrays

@article{Adhikari2020ControlledEC,
  title={Controlled exciton–plasmon coupling in a mixture of ultrathin periodically aligned single-wall carbon nanotube arrays},
  author={C. M. Adhikari and Igor V Bondarev},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2020}
}
We study theoretically the in-plane electromagnetic response and the exciton-plasmon interactions for an experimentally feasible carbon nanotube (CN) film systems composed of parallel aligned periodic semiconducting CN arrays embedded in an ultrathin finite-thickness dielectric. For homogeneous single-CN films, the intertube coupling and thermal broadening bring the exciton and interband plasmon resonances closer together. They can even overlap due to the inhomogeneous broadening for films… Expand

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