Directional Emission from Tungsten Disulfide Monolayer Coupled to Plasmonic Nanowire‐on‐Mirror Cavity

  title={Directional Emission from Tungsten Disulfide Monolayer Coupled to Plasmonic Nanowire‐on‐Mirror Cavity},
  author={Shailendra K. Chaubey and Gokul M. A and Dip Joti Paul and Sunny Tiwari and Atikur Rahman and G. V. Pavan Kumar},
Influencing spectral and directional features of exciton emission characteristics from 2D transition metal dichalcogenides by coupling it to plasmonic nano-cavities has emerged as an important prospect in nanophotonics of 2D materials. In this paper we experimentally study the directional photoluminescence emission from Tungsten disulfide (WS2) monolayer sandwiched between a single-crystalline plasmonic silver nanowire (AgNW) waveguide and a gold (Au) mirror, thus forming an AgNW-WS2-Au cavity… 
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