Controlling Thermal Emission by Parity-Symmetric Fano Resonance of Optical Absorbers in Metasurfaces

  title={Controlling Thermal Emission by Parity-Symmetric Fano Resonance of Optical Absorbers in Metasurfaces},
  author={Xia Zhang and Zhengchu Zhang and Qiang Wang and Shi-ning Zhu and Hui Liu},
  journal={ACS Photonics},
In this study, we designed a metasurface based on Al/SiN/Al nanosandwich optical absorbers. Parity-symmetric dark magnetic resonance modes, antisymmetric bright magnetic resonance modes, and surfac... 

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