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Polarized exciton emission enhancement of monolayer MoS2 coupled with plasmonic Salisbury-type absorber

  title={Polarized exciton emission enhancement of monolayer MoS2 coupled with plasmonic Salisbury-type absorber},
  author={Wei Li and Mingang Xin and Wenze Lan and Qing Bai and Shuo Du and Gang Wang and Baoli Liu and Changzhi Gu},
X iv :2 11 2. 02 51 1v 1 [ ph ys ic s. op tic s] 5 D ec 2 02 1 Polarized exciton emission enhancement of monolayer MoS2 coupled with plasmonic Salisbury-type absorber Wei Li, 2 Ming Xin, 2 Wenze Lan, 2 Qinghu Bai, 2 Shuo Du, 2 Gang Wang, Baoli Liu, 4, 5, a) and Changzhi Gu 2, b) Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190, P.R. China School of Physical Sciences, CAS Key Laboratory of Vacuum Physics, University of… 

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