NewsAcoustic graphene plasmons study paves way for
optoelectronic applications

16th March 2021by admin0
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KAIST researchers and their collaborators at home and
abroad have successfully demonstrated a new methodology for direct
near-field optical imaging of acoustic graphene plasmon fields.
This strategy will provide a breakthrough for the practical
applications of acoustic graphene plasmon platforms in
next-generation, high-performance, graphene-based optoelectronic
devices with enhanced light-matter interactions and lower
propagation loss.

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