14 March 2013 Interaction of single-layer CVD graphene with a metasurface of terahertz split-ring resonators
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The interaction of large-area single-layer CVD-graphene with a metasurface constituted by THz split-ring resonators was studied via THz Time-Domain Spectroscopy in the frequency range 250 GHz÷2.75 THz. Transmission measurements showed that the presence of the graphene shifts the resonances of the THz-metasurface towards lower energies and increases the transmittance, mainly at resonance. A comparison between two possible configuration is here presented revealing a much stronger interaction for the case of split-ring resonators evaporated directly onto the CVD-graphene layer with respect to the opposite configuration. From the recent literature the presented system is a good candidate for THz modulators with possible use also in cavity-QED experiments.
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Federico Valmorra, Federico Valmorra, Giacomo Scalari, Giacomo Scalari, Curdin Maissen, Curdin Maissen, Wangyang Fu, Wangyang Fu, Christian Schönenberger, Christian Schönenberger, Jong Won Choi, Jong Won Choi, Hyung Gyu Park, Hyung Gyu Park, Mattias Beck, Mattias Beck, Jérôme Faist, Jérôme Faist, } "Interaction of single-layer CVD graphene with a metasurface of terahertz split-ring resonators", Proc. SPIE 8623, Ultrafast Phenomena and Nanophotonics XVII, 86230S (14 March 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2004591; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2004591
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