Monday, May 23, 2016

Abstract-Tunable ultrasensitive terahertz sensor based on complementary graphene metamaterials

RSC Adv., 2016, Accepted Manuscript

DOI: 10.1039/C5RA21974D
Received 11 Mar 2016, Accepted 12 May 2016
First published online 23 May 2016!divAbstract

In this paper, we propose an ultrasensitive terahertz sensor based on the complementary graphene metamaterial composed of wire-slot and split-ring resonator slot array structure. The destructive interference between two resonators gives rise to a reflection peak enabling ultrasensitive sensing, and sensitivity of 177.7GHz/RIU and FOM of 59.3 can be obtained for the proposed sensor. More importantly, this sensor can not only enhance the absorption of biomelecules and sensing performance, but also dynamically tune the sensing range by shifting the Fermi energy. In addition, the influences of the lateral displacement on the sensing performance are also investigated to improve the sensitivity of sensor. Therefore, this method opens up opportunities for efficiently sensing several organic, explosive, and biomolecules.

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