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Tunable graphene-based polarizer
Journal of Applied Physics
It is shown that an attenuated total reflection structure containing a graphene layer can operate as a tunable polarizer of the electromagnetic radiation. The polarization angle is controlled by adjusting the voltage applied to graphene via external gate. The mechanism is based on the resonant coupling of p-polarized electromagnetic waves to the surface plasmon-polaritons in graphene. The presented calculations show that, at resonance, the reflected wave is almost 100doi:10.1063/1.4759319 fatcat:wxpbbblldfeedbm2vn546zp32e