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Electrostatic modification of infrared response in gated structures based on
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FIG. 1.

Transmission of a -based device at . The cross section of the device is shown in the inset. The thicknesses of the various layers in the device are as follows: substrate , , thermally evaporated Ag contacts , parylene , and ITO . The separation between the two Ag contacts is about .

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FIG. 2.

The absorption as a function frequency at with increasing gate voltage up to and then for decreasing down to 0 V. Inset: The absorption of is plotted as a function of frequency at . The spectrum at , was obtained after a delay of five minutes after the spectrum , to show the stability of the spectrum at a fixed temperature.

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FIG. 3.

(a) Integrated absorption of and ITO (squares) at is plotted as a function of for hole accumulation (negative axis) and electron accumulation (positive axis) in . The calculated integrated absorption for ITO alone (diamonds) is plotted as a function of .(b) of and ITO is plotted for various temperatures for (hole accumulation in ).

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FIG. 4.

The resistance of the film is plotted with increasing temperature. Also shown are maps of near-field scattering amplitude of a film for three temperatures (from left to right): insulating regime, phase coexistence, and rutile metal. The scanned area is . The near-field scattering amplitude is higher [light blue and white (light gray)] for the metallic regions compared to the insulating phase [dark blue (dark gray)].


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Scitation: Electrostatic modification of infrared response in gated structures based on VO2