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Plasmonic Optics.

Author: Yongqian Li
Publisher: Bellingham : Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), 2017.
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Li, Yongqian.
Plasmonic Optics: Theory and Applications.
Bellingham : Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Yongqian Li
ISBN: 9781510607569 1510607560
OCLC Number: 1001388115
Notes: 4.1.2 Extraordinary optical transmission phenomena.
Description: 1 online resource (251 pages)
Contents: Series Page; Copyright; Series Introduction; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Optical Properties of Plasmonic Materials; 1.1 Electromagnetic Waves Propagating through Materials; 1.1.1 Fundamental equations of electromagnetic waves; 1.1.2 Constitutive equations of inhomogeneous media; 1.1.3 Isotropic and anisotropic media; 1.1.4 Constitutive equations of dielectric media; 1.2 Electromagnetic Properties of Materials; 1.2.1 Permittivity and permeability; 1.2.2 Loss tangent; 1.2.3 Penetration depth and skin depth; 1.3 Optical Properties of Metals; 1.3.1 Free electrons and interband transitions. 1.3.2 Harmonic oscillator model1.3.3 Drude model and Lorentz model; 1.3.4 Drude-Lorentz model; 1.4 Optical Properties of Dielectric Materials; 1.4.1 Dielectric function of dielectric media; 1.4.2 Kramers-Kronig relation; 1.4.3 Obtaining optical functions from physical observables; 1.5 Effective Medium Approach for Composite Nanostructures; 1.5.1 Effective medium theory; 1.5.2 Topologies of metal-dielectric composites; 1.5.3 Lorentz cavity model; 1.5.4 Maxwell-Garnett theory; 1.5.5 Bruggeman medium theory; References; Chapter 2 Surface Plasmon Polaritons at Planar Interfaces. 2.1 Surface Plasmon Polaritons2.1.1 Concepts; 2.1.2 Dispersion relation; 2.1.3 Requirements; 2.1.4 Momentum mismatch; 2.1.5 Dispersion relations in special cases; 2.2 SPP Propagation Characteristics; 2.2.1 Surface plasmon wavelength; 2.2.2 Surface plasmon propagation length; 2.2.3 Surface plasmon penetration depth; 2.3 Excitation of Surface Plasmon Polaritons; 2.3.1 Evanescent waves; 2.3.2 Prism excitation; 2.3.3 Corrugated grating excitation; 2.3.4 Near-field excitation; 2.3.5 Coupling to integrated photonic elements; References; Chapter 3 Localized Surface Plasmon Resonances. 3.1 Localization of Electromagnetic Waves in Nanocavities and Nanoparticles3.2 Nanoparticles in a Quasi-Static Approximation; 3.2.1 Quasi-static approximation; 3.2.2 Potentials inside the particle and the surrounding medium; 3.2.3 Electric fields inside a particle and surrounding medium; 3.2.4 Resonance surface modes; 3.2.5 Damping the plasmon resonance; 3.3 Extinction Efficiency of Nanoparticles; 3.3.1 Extinction efficiency in Mie theory; 3.3.2 Electromagnetic normal modes in Mie resonances; 3.3.3 Extinction efficiency for small spherical particles. 3.3.4 Extinction coefficient for large spherical particles3.4 Spectral Properties of Localized Surface Plasmons; 3.4.1 Beyond the quasi-static approximation; 3.4.2 Spectrum shifting due to surrounding medium; 3.4.3 Shape-dependent plasmon extinction spectra; 3.5 Surface Plasmon Resonance Affinity Biosensors; 3.5.1 Fluorescence enhancement by metal nanoparticles; 3.5.2 Localized surface plasmon resonance sensing; References; Chapter 4 Extraordinary Transmission through Subwavelength Apertures; 4.1 Extraordinary Optical Transmission; 4.1.1 Diffraction through subwavelength apertures.

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