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Perspectives on weak interactions in complex materials at different length scales


Eisfeld,  Alexander
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Max Planck Society;

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Fiedler, J., Berland, K., Borchert, J. W., Corkery, R. W., Eisfeld, A., Gelbwaser-Klimovsky, D., et al. (2023). Perspectives on weak interactions in complex materials at different length scales. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 25(4), 2671-2705. doi:10.1039/d2cp03349f.

Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-000C-B451-D
Nanocomposite materials consist of nanometer-sized quantum objects such as atoms, molecules, voids or nanoparticles embedded in a host material. These quantum objects can be exploited as a super-structure, which can be designed to create material properties targeted for specific applications. For electromagnetism, such targeted properties include field enhancements around the bandgap of a semiconductor used for solar cells, directional decay in topological insulators, high kinetic inductance in superconducting circuits, and many more. Despite very different application areas, all of these properties are united by the common aim of exploiting collective interaction effects between quantum objects. The literature on the topic spreads over very many different disciplines and scientific communities. In this review, we present a cross-disciplinary overview of different approaches for the creation, analysis and theoretical description of nanocomposites with applications related to electromagnetic properties.