We show one-dimensional plasmonic systems such as graphene nanoribbons can be used to engineer extremely large bandwidth, high reflectivity resonances. Further, we prove that the underlying concept relies upon the general observation of the lack of Chu-Harrington limit in one-dimensional systems.

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