Strong interference in planar, multilayer perfect absorbers: achieving high-operational performances in visible and near-infrared regimes
IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
34 - 48
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Light-Matter Interactions at subwavelength-designed nanostructures have been the subject of intensive study in recent years. The realization of an ideal "blackbody" absorber is an emerging topic in nanophotonics and nanoplasmonics. An ideal black absorber is an object that harvests incoming light with near-unity efficiency. Based on their absorption spectral coverage, they are classified as narrow-band or broadband absorbers. This requirement can be achieved in bulky designs that have a thickness much larger than its light penetration depth as well as antireflective surface texturing.
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