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Fully carbon metasurface: Absorbing coating in microwaves


The microwave-absorbing properties of a heterostructure consisting of an ordered monolayer of porous glassy carbon spheres were experimentally and theoretically investigated in the Ka-band (26-37 GHz) frequency range. The electromagnetic response of such "moth-eye"-like all-carbon metasurface at a normal incidence angle was modelled on the basis of long-wave approximation. Modelling parameters in the Ka-band were used to estimate and predict the absorption properties of monolayers in free space in the range 1-40 GHz. Experimental and theoretical results demonstrate that a metasurface based on porous glassy carbon spheres is an inert, lightweight, compact and perfectly absorbing material for designing new effective microwave absorbers in various practically used frequency ranges.
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hal-03563201 , version 1 (09-02-2022)



D. Bychanok, S. Li, G. Gorokhov, K. Piasotski, D. Meisak, et al.. Fully carbon metasurface: Absorbing coating in microwaves. Journal of Applied Physics, 2017, 121 (16), pp.165103. ⟨10.1063/1.4982232⟩. ⟨hal-03563201⟩
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