Design Principles for Plasmonic Nanoparticle Devices View Full Text


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DATE

2015

AUTHORS

Phillip Manley , Sven Burger , Frank Schmidt , Martina Schmid

ABSTRACT

For all applications of plasmonics to technology it is required to tailor the resonance to the optical system in question. This chapter gives an understanding of the design considerations for nanoparticles needed to tune the resonance. First the basic concepts of plasmonics are reviewed with a focus on the physics of nanoparticles. An introduction to the finite element method is given with emphasis on the suitability of the method to nanoplasmonic device simulation. The effects of nanoparticle shape on the spectral position and lineshape of the plasmonic resonance are discussed including retardation and surface curvature effects. The most technologically important plasmonic materials are assessed for device applicability and the importance of substrates in light scattering is explained. Finally the application of plasmonic nanoparticles to photovoltaic devices is discussed. More... »

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223-247

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Progress in Nonlinear Nano-Optics

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978-3-319-12216-8
978-3-319-12217-5

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