Surface Electromagnetic Phenomena in Pristine and Atomically Doped Carbon Nanotubes
Author: Bondarev, I. V.
Source: Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, Volume 7, Number 9, September 2010 , pp. 1673-1687(15)
Publisher: American Scientific Publishers
Abstract:The article reviews recent progress in the theoretical understanding of near-field surface electromagnetic phenomena in pristine and atomically doped carbon nanotubes. The phenomena involving strong coupling effects are outlined. They are the optical absorption by single-walled carbon nanotubes doped with single atoms or ions in the frequency range close to the atomic transition frequency, the entanglement of the pair of atomic qubits strongly coupled to a common high-finesse surface photonic mode of the nanotube, and the optical response of the strongly coupled surface exciton–plasmon excitations in pristine semiconducting carbon nanotubes. The phenomena reviewed have a great potential to be exploited for the future development of the nanotube based tunable optoelectronic device applications in areas such as nanophotonics, nanoplasmonics, cavity quantum electrodynamics, and quantum information science.
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: September 1, 2010
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