Dyadic Green's Functions for an Anisotropic, Non-Local Model of Biased Graphene

@article{Hanson2008DyadicGF,
  title={Dyadic Green's Functions for an Anisotropic, Non-Local Model of Biased Graphene},
  author={George W. Hanson},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation},
  year={2008},
  volume={56},
  pages={747-757}
}
  • G. Hanson
  • Published 5 March 2008
  • Physics
  • IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
Dyadic Green's functions are presented for an anisotropic surface conductivity model of biased graphene. The graphene surface can be biased using either a perpendicular static electric field, or by a static magnetic field via the Hall effect. The graphene is represented by an infinitesimally-thin, two-sided, non-local anisotropic conductivity surface, and the field is obtained in terms of Sommerfeld integrals. The role of spatial dispersion is accessed, and the effect of various static bias… 

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