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Tunable Resonant Graphene Plasmons for Mid-infrared Biosensing

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Tunable resonant surface plasmons based on graphene nanoribbon are studied to detect nanoscale protein molecules in mid-infrared region. High sensitivity in the detection of the refractive index and the protein chemical vibrations is achieved.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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