Plasmonic nanorod-based optical recording and data storage

James W.M. Chon, Adam B. Taylor, Peter Zijlstra

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Metallic nanoparticles that can support plasmon resonances are called plasmonic nanoparticles and these are the important building blocks in nanoplasmonic applications. Their surface plasmon resonances (SPR)—collective free electron charge oscillations—provide tunable extinction in the visible to near-infrared range that are dependent on geometric size, shape, and environment. Owing to their highly sensitive resonances, many applications have been proposed, including biosensors [1–3], nanoantennas [4–7], and nonlinear biomarkers [8–11]. Further, their strong and weak SPR coupling property is proposed to be used as a “plasmonic ruler” for detecting DNA folding and unfolding [12] and nanometer-scale plasmonic circuit elements [13–15].

Originele taal-2Engels
TitelNanoplasmonics
SubtitelAdvanced Device Applications
RedacteurenJ.W.M. Chon, K. Iniewski
Plaats van productieBoca Raton
UitgeverijCRC Press
Pagina's1-30
Aantal pagina's30
ISBN van elektronische versie9781466514270
ISBN van geprinte versie978-1-4665-1426-3
StatusGepubliceerd - 1 jan 2013

Publicatie series

NaamDevices, circuits, and systems
Volume13

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