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Goos–Hänchen shifts due to spin-orbit coupling in the carbon nanotube quantum dot nanostructures

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Abstract

The properties of Goos–Hänchen (GH) shifts for transmitted and reflected light pulses in a cavity with an intracavity medium consist of carbon nanotube quantum dot nanostructures, which have been discussed theoretically by using the stationary phase theory. Our findings show that due to the presence of spin-orbit coupling, the maximum negative and positive shifts can be realized by modifying the absorption and dispersion properties of the intracavity medium. Moreover, the effect of the transverse magnetic field has been also considered as a new parameter for controlling the GH shifts in reflected and transmitted light beams. We hope that our proposed structure may be suitable for the generation of future all-optical system devices based on carbon nanotube quantum dot nanostructures.

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