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Electromagnetic wave propagation behavior of conjoined carbon nanotubes



  1. Vocational School of Technical Sciences, Tekirdag Namik Kemal University, Tekirdag, 59030, Türkiye


This study investigates the electromagnetic wave propagation behavior of a structure consisting of two parts with different material parameters. Investigations are made with the carbon nanotube approach. Therefore, this nanostructure's electro-magnetic wave propagation behavior analyses are made at the macro (local) and nano (nonlocal) levels. Nonlocal properties of the related nanostructure and Maxwell's equations are used in the investigations. The electromagnetic wave propagation be-havior of the structure is determined by changing parameters such as material parameters and nonlocal effects in the nanostructure. While the D1/D2 ratio of the material parameters of the nanostructure is constant, the electromagnetic wave propagation frequency values of Joint I and Joint II in the structure decrease steadily with the increase of the nonlocal constant..


Carbon nanotubes, Conjoined structures, Electromagnetic wave propagation, Maxwell equations.

Submitted at: July 12, 2023
Accepted at: Nov. 24, 2023


AYSE NIHAN BASMACI, SECKIN FILIZ, Electromagnetic wave propagation behavior of conjoined carbon nanotubes, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials Vol. 25, Iss. 11-12, pp. 580-585 (2023)