New PDF release: Reviews in Plasmonics 2015

By Chris D. Geddes

ISBN-10: 3319246046

ISBN-13: 9783319246048

ISBN-10: 3319246062

ISBN-13: 9783319246062

Reviews in Plasmonics 2015, the second one quantity of the hot publication sequence from Springer, serves as a accomplished number of present traits and rising sizzling subject matters within the box of Plasmonics and heavily similar disciplines. It summarizes the year’s development in floor plasmon phenomena and its purposes, with authoritative analytical stories in enough aspect to be beautiful to expert researchers, but additionally attractive to the broader viewers of scientists in similar disciplines of Plasmonics.

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Copyright 2015 Springer) numerical study [9]. The resonance position (Fig. 3a) is monotonically red-shifted by increasing the sphere radius or the surrounding refractive index n, with a nearly linear dependence of the wavelength position with n (at constant sphere radius). The dipolar resonance bandwidth also exhibits a nearly linear dependence with the ambient refractive index. Its variations versus the particle radius (Fig. 3b) meanwhile shows that the bandwidth passes by a minimum value at a radius between 10 and 15 nm depending on the surrounding refractive index.

11]. Copyright 2015 Springer) Fig. 10 Extinction crosssection of the system sketched on the right composed of two interacting dimers, versus the gap of the horizontal dimer (Reprinted with permission from Ref. [10]. Copyright 2015 American Chemical Society) 40 S. Bakhti et al. D2, composed of two 10 nm in radius spheres disposed horizontally, is placed in the gap of D1. When illuminating this system with an incident plane wave polarized along the D2 axis, the original dimer modes are strongly coupled.

When increasing the gap in D2, the electrostatic interactions are reversed, leading to attractive forces between spheres of D1 and D2. 2 Hybridization and Fano-Like Resonances in Strongly Coupled Systems We deal now with a quadrumer composed of larger particles where stronger coupling between plasmon modes occurs. This system is schematically described in Fig. 13, and consists in a quadrumer composed of identical spherical particles 30 nm in radius. As previously, this system can be viewed as a pair of vertical (D1) and horizontal (D2) homo-dimers.

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