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Investigation of a Graded Epsilon-Near-Zero Medium in a Plasmonic Metasurface

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Here, we demonstrate that plasmonic dipole nanoantennas on a graded ENZ substrate have optical properties significantly different from antennas on a conventional ENZ substrate. Our hybrid-graded ENZ Metasurface offers an efficient nonlinear optical platform.

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