Abstract

We demonstrate a graphene-metal metasurface for unpolarized long wavelength infrared light with electrically-tunable reflectance. By applying a gate voltage, we shift the wavelength of a resonant reflectance dip centered at ~9.4 micron by ~156 nm.

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