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Plasmonics : fundamentals and applications

Author: Stefan A Maier
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2007.
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Considered one of the major fields of photonics of the beginning 21st century, plasmonics offers the potential to confine and guide light below the diffraction limit and promises a new generation of highly miniaturized photonic devices. Offering both a comprehensive introduction to the field and an extensive overview of the current state of the art, "Plasmonics - Fundamentals and Applications" should be of great  Read more...
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Maier, Stefan A.
Plasmonics.
New York : Springer, ©2007
(DLC) 2006931007
(OCoLC)144558189
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan A Maier
ISBN: 9780387378251 0387378251 0387331506 9780387331508 1280865881 9781280865886
OCLC Number: 184923013
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 223 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
Dedication --
List of Figures --
Foreword --
Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Part I: Fundamentals of Plasmonics --
Introduction --
1. ELECTROMAGNETICS OF METALS --
1.1. Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Wave Propagation --
1.2. The Dielectric Function of the Free Electron Gas --
1.3. The Dispersion of the Free Electron Gas and Volume Plasmons --
1.4. Real Metals and Interband Transitions --
1.5. The Energy of the Electromagnetic Field in Metals --
2. SURFACE PLASMON POLARITONS AT METAL/INSULATOR INTERFACES --
2.1. The Wave Equation --
2.2. Surface Plasmon Polaritons at a Single Interface --
2.3. Multilayer Systems --
2.4. Energy Confinement and the Effective Mode Length --
3. EXCITATION OF SURFACE PLASMON POLARITONS AT PLANAR INTERFACES --
3.1. Excitation upon Charged Particle Impact --
3.2. Prism Coupling --
3.3. Grating Coupling --
3.4. Excitation Using Highly Focused Optical Beams --
3.5. Near-Field Excitation --
3.6. Coupling Schemes Suitable for Integration with Conventional Photonic Elements --
4. IMAGING SURFACE PLASMON POLARITON PROPAGATION --
4.1. Near-Field Microscopy --
4.2. Fluorescence Imaging --
4.3. Leakage Radiation --
4.4. Scattered Light Imaging --
5. LOCALIZED SURFACE PLASMONS --
5.1. Normal Modes of Sub-Wavelength Metal Particles --
5.2. Mie Theory --
5.3. Beyond the Quasi-Static Approximation and Plasmon Lifetime --
5.4. Real Particles: Observations of Particle Plasmons --
5.5. Coupling Between Localized Plasmons --
5.6. Void Plasmons and Metallic Nanoshells --
5.7. Localized Plasmons and Gain Media --
6. ELECTROMAGNETIC SURFACE MODES AT LOW FREQUENCIES --
6.1. Surface Plasmon Polaritons at THz Frequencies --
6.2. Designer Surface Plasmon Polaritons on Corrugated Surfaces --
6.3. Surface Phonon Polaritons --
Part II: Applications --
Introduction --
7. PLASMON WAVEGUIDES --
7.1. Planar Elements for Surface Plasmon Polariton Propagation --
7.2. Surface Plasmon Polariton Band Gap Structures --
7.3. Surface Plasmon Polariton Propagation Along Metal Stripes --
7.4. Metal Nanowires and Conical Tapers for High-Confinement Guiding and Focusing --
7.5. Localized Modes in Gaps and Grooves --
7.6. Metal Nanoparticle Waveguides --
7.7. Overcoming Losses Using Gain Media --
8. TRANSMISSION OF RADIATION THROUGH APERTURES AND FILMS --
8.1. Theory of Diffraction by Sub-Wavelength Apertures --
8.2. Extraordinary Transmission Through Sub-Wavelength Apertures --
8.3. Directional Emission Via Exit Surface Patterning --
8.4. Localized Surface Plasmons and Light Transmission Through Single Apertures --
8.5. Emerging Applications of Extraordinary Transmission --
8.6. Transmission of Light Through a Film Without Apertures --
9. ENHANCEMENT OF EMISSIVE PROCESSES AND NONLINEARITIES --
9.1. SERS Fundamentals --
9.2. SERS in the Picture of Cavity Field Enhancement --
9.3. SERS Geometries --
9.4. Enhancement of Fluorescence --
9.5. Luminescence of Metal Nanostructures --
9.6. Enhancement of Nonlinear Processe.
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