i want to excite a graphene-plasmonic structure with magnetic biasing. my first question is, in the papers, researchers use dc magnetic field with the unit of Tesla, while the only available option is to change the amplitude of magnetic moment. how can i apply for example 2 Tesla via the amplitude of magnetic moment and number of dipoles?. the second question is to have a dc field. is it true to set the min and max frequency or wavelength of the excitation the same?. and the last question is about the orientation of magnetic dipoles. the papers state that the direction of magnetic field is in the z direction. don’t you think various orientations would be better?
my goal is to achieve the propagation and cut-off conditions by modulating the chemical potential of graphene, excited frequency and most importantly, magnitude of dc magnetic field.
impatiently waiting for your response.