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Light Emission in Nanogap Emitting Devices: efficiency issues

Abstract : In this contribution, we clarify through analytical derivations in the limit of small gap thickness why in nanogap antennas, quenching is not necessarily dominant at small gap thickness, why quantum emitters may offer good efficiencies, what are the circumstances in which high efficiency is obtained, and whether there existsan upper bound for the maximum efficiency achievable in nanogap antennas.
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Rémi Faggiani, Jianji Yang, Philippe Lalanne. Light Emission in Nanogap Emitting Devices: efficiency issues. 7th International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics (META’16), Aug 2016, Malaga, Spain. ⟨hal-01383302⟩



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