NewsCurved plasmonic fluxes reveal new way to practical light
manipulation within nanoscal

31st March 2021by admin0
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Scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University jointly
with Russian colleagues and researchers from Technical University
of Denmark the first time have experimentally proved the existence
of a two-dimensional (2D) curved flux of plasmonic quasiparticles,
a plasmonic hook. A flat 2D hook is smaller than a 3D hook and
possesses new properties, due to them, the researchers consider it
as the most promising transmitter in high-speed microoptical
circuits. The research findings are published in Applied Physics
Letters journal.

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