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InSb Nanostructures as selective absorbers in the Short and Mid-Wave Infrared

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We demonstrated through a series of electromagnetic simulations and FTIR measurements a proof of concept for using vertically aligned arrays of InSb nanostructures as devices for selective SWIR and MWIR light absorption.

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