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Smallest cavity for light realized by graphene plasmons [12-06-2020]
In a study in Science, researchers from ICFO, MIT, Duke, University of Paris-Saclay, and Universidad do Minho report on the smallest cavities ever realized for infrared light by using graphene and metallic cubes of nanometer sizes.
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