Abstract

In this paper, we report a polarization-independent broadband metasurface perfect absorber based on tunable gap magnetic resonance and Fabry–Perot (FP) resonance in a structure with consecutive size variation. By using the finite-difference time-domain method, the effects of size parameters are investigated. Due to the coexistence of the FP-like resonance and gap magnetic resonance, the near-unit absorption reaches as high as 99.46% with nanocone morphology throughout the visible-to-near infrared regime where most solar radiation is located. The structure raised in this paper is less complex and more thermally stable due to abandoning the spacer layer in traditional tri-layer structures. This method can be developed for other refractory materials and has great potential in solar energy related optoelectronics applications.

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