Plasmonic resonators: fundamentals, advances, and by Masanobu Iwanaga

By Masanobu Iwanaga

Plasmonic resonators, composed of metal micro- and nanostructures, belong to the class of excited-state physics on resonances from gigahertz to petahertz. Dynamical physics is not like ground-state physics, together with thermal states, and is attached to varied purposes to reinforce latest photo-induced results and phenomena resembling plasmon-enhanced photoluminescence and Raman scattering. This publication has 3 major goals: to supply basic wisdom on plasmonic resonators, to give an explanation for various plasmonic resonators, and to stimulate additional improvement in plasmonic resonators.

Plasmon-related reports, that are also known as plasmonics and contain a considerable part of metamaterials, have proven major improvement because the Nineteen Eighties. The piled-up effects are too a variety of to review from the start, yet this publication summarizes these effects, together with the heritage (past), all of the attainable varieties of plasmonic resonators (present), and their wide selection of functions (future). It presents the fundamentals of plasmons and resonant physics for undergraduate scholars, the systematic wisdom on plasmonic resonators for graduate scholars, and state of the art and in-depth info on plasmon-enhancement reviews for researchers who're no longer specialists in plasmonics and metamaterials, thereby benefitting a variety of readers who're drawn to the nanotechnology related to metal nanostructures.

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15 A representative result of EOT. (a) A typical SEM image of perforated Ag film. Periodicity was 900 nm, hole diameter 150 nm, and thickness of Ag film was 200 nm. (b) Measured T spectrum at the normal incidence in the case of the periodicity 600 nm. Reprinted with permission from Ghaemi et al. (1998). Copyright 1998 by the American Physical Society. , 1998). The EOT was observed in simple configuration but it was not at all expected and therefore left a great impact on plasmon studies, opening a new era of plasmonics.

14 shows a deeply asymmetric light absorber, which mainly serves not as a diffraction grating but as a subwavelength structure free from diffraction. The structure is 1D periodic along the x axis, as shown in Fig. 14a. The unit cell comprises a step-like structure of quartz with 250 nm periodicity and has 50 nm thick Ag on the top. The depth of each step was also set to be 50 nm. The width of the on-top Ag structure was 100 nm and other widths of Ag were 50 nm. The plane of incidence is set to the xz plane.

A) Photograph of disk-shaped MM for cloaking at 10 GHz. 3 mm2 . 2 mm. (b) Simulated and measured E-field patterns in the planar transmission configuration. From Schurig et al. (2006). Reprinted with permission from AAAS. cloaking situation, corresponding to B. The cloaking effect was reasonably realized in the experiment. , 2006), which is based on conformal mapping of ray, implying that scattering of ray by an object can be substantially suppressed. The cloaking in Fig. 19 is a 41 June 27, 2016 14:9 PSP Book - 9in x 6in 42 Introduction demonstration of the transformation optics.

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