Multispectral graphene-based electro-optical surfaces with reversible tunability from visible to microwave wavelengthsCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Gokhan Bakan
  • Evgeniya Kovalska
  • Lewis Le Fevre
  • Richard Fields
  • Omer Salihoglu
  • Sinan Balci
  • Konstantin Novoselov
  • Coskun Kocabas

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Multispectral graphene-based electro-optical surfaces with reversible tunability from visible to microwave wavelengths. / Ergoktas, M. Said; Bakan, Gokhan; Kovalska, Evgeniya; Le Fevre, Lewis; Fields, Richard; Steiner, Pietro; Yu, Xiaoxiao; Salihoglu, Omer; Balci, Sinan; Fal'ko, Vladimir; Novoselov, Konstantin; Dryfe, Robert; Kocabas, Coskun.

In: Nature Photonics, Vol. 15, No. 7, 05.04.2021, p. 493-498.

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Ergoktas, MS, Bakan, G, Kovalska, E, Le Fevre, L, Fields, R, Steiner, P, Yu, X, Salihoglu, O, Balci, S, Fal'ko, V, Novoselov, K, Dryfe, R & Kocabas, C 2021, 'Multispectral graphene-based electro-optical surfaces with reversible tunability from visible to microwave wavelengths', Nature Photonics, vol. 15, no. 7, pp. 493-498.

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Ergoktas, M. S., Bakan, G., Kovalska, E., Le Fevre, L., Fields, R., Steiner, P., Yu, X., Salihoglu, O., Balci, S., Fal'ko, V., Novoselov, K., Dryfe, R., & Kocabas, C. (2021). Multispectral graphene-based electro-optical surfaces with reversible tunability from visible to microwave wavelengths. Nature Photonics, 15(7), 493-498.

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Ergoktas MS, Bakan G, Kovalska E, Le Fevre L, Fields R, Steiner P et al. Multispectral graphene-based electro-optical surfaces with reversible tunability from visible to microwave wavelengths. Nature Photonics. 2021 Apr 5;15(7):493-498.

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Ergoktas, M. Said ; Bakan, Gokhan ; Kovalska, Evgeniya ; Le Fevre, Lewis ; Fields, Richard ; Steiner, Pietro ; Yu, Xiaoxiao ; Salihoglu, Omer ; Balci, Sinan ; Fal'ko, Vladimir ; Novoselov, Konstantin ; Dryfe, Robert ; Kocabas, Coskun. / Multispectral graphene-based electro-optical surfaces with reversible tunability from visible to microwave wavelengths. In: Nature Photonics. 2021 ; Vol. 15, No. 7. pp. 493-498.

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