Graphene-Coated Substrate as a Basis for Nano-Antennae
Nowadays, structures like “graphene-material” are in demand. To design such structures, it is necessary to know how the layer of graphene deposited to the substrate affects the reflection and absorption of electromagnetic waves in a given range.
Detailed calculations of the reflective features of such structures are not well-studied. In this paper theoretical description for the reflectivity properties of dielectric, metal and semiconductor plates coated with graphene will be demonstrated on an example of fused silica, Au, and Si substrates. The observed results can be used in case of plates, which can be used for producing nano-antennae.
KeywordsNano-antenna Graphene Graphene-coated substrates
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