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000164837 245__ $$aOptical interactions in a plasmonic particle coupled to a metallic film
000164837 269__ $$a2006
000164837 260__ $$bOptical Society of America$$c2006
000164837 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000164837 520__ $$aThe interplay between localized surface plasmon (LSP) and surface plasmon-polariton (SPP) is studied in detail in a system composed of a three-dimensional gold particle located at a short distance from a gold thin film. Important frequency shifts of the LSP associated with the particle are observed for spacing distances between 0 and 50 nm. Beyond this distance the LSP and SPP resonances overlap, although some cavity effects between the particle and the film can still be observed. In particular, when the spacing increases the field in the cavity decreases more slowly than one would expect from a simple image dipole interpretation. For short separations the coupling between the particle and the film can produce a dramatic enhancement of the electromagnetic field in the space between them, where the electric field intensity can reach 5000 times that of the illumination field. Several movies show the spectral and time evolutions of the field distribution in the system both in and out of resonance. The character of the different modes excited in the system is studied. They include dipolar and quadrupolar modes, the latter exhibiting essentially a magnetic response. (c) 2006 Optical Society of America
000164837 6531_ $$aEnhanced Raman-Scattering
000164837 6531_ $$aBand-Gap Structures
000164837 6531_ $$aSurface
000164837 6531_ $$aResonance
000164837 6531_ $$aBends
000164837 6531_ $$aLight
000164837 700__ $$0245375$$g167620$$aLévêque, Gaëtan
000164837 700__ $$aMartin, Olivier J. F.$$g159310$$0244723
000164837 773__ $$j14$$tOptics Express$$q9971-9981
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