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Magnetoplasmon-surface phonon polaritons’ coupling effects in radiative heat transfer

Abstract : In this work, the coupling of magnetoplasmon polaritons (MPP) to surface phonon polaritons (SPhPs) in near-field radiative heat transfer is theoretically investigated. The system is composed of two parallel graphene-coated SiO2 substrates. By applying an external magnetic field, the separated branches of MPPs can couple with SPhPs to form tunable modes. The behavior remolds the energy transport of the system. The relative thermal magnetoresistance ratio can reach values of up to 160% for a magnetic field of 8 T. In addition, the thermal stealthy for the coated graphene is realized by tuning the intensity of fields. This work has substantial importance to graphene-based magneto-optical devices.
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Mingjian He, Hong Qi, Yatao Ren, Yijun Zhao, Mauro Antezza. Magnetoplasmon-surface phonon polaritons’ coupling effects in radiative heat transfer. Optics Letters, Optical Society of America - OSA Publishing, 2020, 45 (18), pp.5148-5151. ⟨10.1364/OL.403044⟩. ⟨hal-02966745⟩



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