By Shuo Tang, Daryoosh Saeedkia
This introductory, but in-depth, booklet explains the actual ideas of digital imaging and sensing and offers the reader with the data essential to comprehend the layout, operation, and functional functions of up to date digital imaging and sensing platforms. The textual content has robust functional concentration and includes examples of biomedical purposes of optical digital imaging and sensing. every one bankruptcy attracts upon the authors’ vast learn, instructing, and business adventure and offers an invaluable source for undergraduate and graduate scholars, in addition to a handy reference for scientists and engineers operating within the box of digital imaging and sensing.
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5) Thus, the absorption coefficient α is obtained as the imaginary part of the wave vector along the z coordinate: α = Im(qz) = 2Im(ρ⋅ω/c). 7 plots calculated value of α for monolayer graphene on a SiO2/Si substrate (Im(n) ~ 3 × 10 –4) at 300 K. 7 Simulated gain coefficient for monolayer graphene on a SiO2/Si substrate (Im(n) ~ 3 × 10 –4) at 300 K. 3 ps is assumed. , New J. 3 ps is assumed . The results demonstrate a giant THz gain (negative values of absorption) on the order of 104 cm–1. An increase in the substrate refractive index and, consequently, stronger localization of the surface plasmon electric and magnetic fields results in markedly larger gain, that is, negatively larger absorption coefficient.
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