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Title: 3D-printed, carbon-based, lossy photonic crystals: Is high electrical conductivity the must?
Authors: Kuzhir, Polina
Paddubskaya, Alesia
Bychanok, Dzmitry
Liubimau, Aleksandr
Ortona, Alberto
Fierro, Vanessa
Celzard, Alain
Keywords: Vitreous carbon
3D printing
Carbon composite
Photonic crystal
Electromagnetic properties
3D periodic carbon architectures
фотонные кристаллы
электромагнитные свойства
структура кристаллов
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: 3D-printed, carbon-based, lossy photonic crystals: Is high electrical conductivity the must? / Polina Kuzhir [et al.] // Carbon. - 2021. - T. 171. - P. 484-492
Description: The electromagnetic response of 3D-printed periodic carbon structures was investigated numerically and experimentally in the microwave (26e37 GHz) and terahertz (0.2e1.2 THz) frequency ranges. The reflection, transmission and absorption spectra, as well as the effects of the concentration of electromagnetic waves, were analysed and discussed. High broadband absorption was observed for the 3Dprinted cellular structures based on a moderately conductive (1e30 S m 1) skeleton, whereas perfect tuneable resonant absorption could be achieved by 3D meshes made of highly conductive (1200 e2000 S m{1}) glassy carbon. We show that laser stereolithography (SLA) or fused deposition modelling (FDM) 3D-printing technique should be preferred for getting pre-defined required electromagnetic performances depending on the intended application.
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