Ultra-long wavelength Dirac plasmons in graphene capacitors

  title={Ultra-long wavelength Dirac plasmons in graphene capacitors},
  author={H. Gr{\"a}f and David Mele and M. Rosticher and C. Stampfer and T. Taniguchi and K. Watanabe and E. Bocquillon and G. F{\`e}ve and J-M. Berroir and E. Teo and B. Placcais},
  • H. Gräf, David Mele, +8 authors B. Placcais
  • Published 2018
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • Graphene is a valuable 2D platform for plasmonics as illustrated in recent THz and mid-infrared optics experiments. These high-energy plasmons however, couple to the dielectric surface modes giving rise to hybrid plasmon-polariton excitations. Ultra-long-wavelengthes address the low energy end of the plasmon spectrum, in the GHz-THz electronic domain, where intrinsic graphene Dirac plasmons are essentially decoupled from their environment. However experiments are elusive due to the damping by… CONTINUE READING
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