Hybrid Plasmonics and Two-Dimensional Materials: Theory and Applications

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Hybrid Plasmonics and Two-Dimensional Materials: Theory and Applications
Title:
Hybrid Plasmonics and Two-Dimensional Materials: Theory and Applications
Journal Title:
Journal of Molecular and Engineering Materials
Publication Date:
03 September 2020
Citation:
Sebek, M., Elbana, A., Nemati, A., Pan, J., Shen, Z. X., Hong, M., … Teng, J. (2020). Hybrid Plasmonics and Two-Dimensional Materials: Theory and Applications. Journal of Molecular and Engineering Materials, 08(01n02), 2030001. s2251237320300016
Abstract:
The inherent thinness of two-dimensional 2D materials limits their efficiency of light-matter interactions and the high loss of noble metal plasmonic nanostructures limits their applicability. Thus, a combination of 2D materials and plasmonics is highly attractive. This review describes the progress in the field of 2D plasmonics, which encompasses 2D plasmonic materials and hybrid plasmonic-2D materials structures. Novel plasmonic 2D materials, plasmon-exciton interaction within 2D materials and applications comprising sensors, photodetectors and, metasurfaces are discussed.
License type:
Publisher Copyright
Funding Info:
This research / project is supported by the A*STAR - HBMS IAF-PP
Grant Reference no. : H19H6a0025

This research / project is supported by the A*STAR - 2D Pharos Program
Grant Reference no. : 152 700014
Description:
Electronic version of an article published as [Journal of Molecular and Engineering Materials, 08, 01n02, 2020, 2030001. doi:10.1142/s2251237320300016 © [copyright World Scientific Publishing Company] http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/s2251237320300016
ISSN:
2251-2373
2251-2381
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