Magneto-plasmonics in Purely Ferromagnetic Sub wavelength Arrays

Authored by: S. D. Pappas , E. Th. Papaioannou

21 Century Nanoscience – A Handbook

Print publication date:  November  2020
Online publication date:  November  2020

Print ISBN: 9780815356417
eBook ISBN: 9780429351617
Adobe ISBN:

10.1201/9780429351617-17

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Abstract

Plasmonics is a subfield of nanophotonics that deals with the light-matter interaction at metal/dielectric interfaces (Barnes, Dereux, & Ebbesen, 2003; Maier, 2007; Raether, 1988). Systematic investigations of surface plasmons (SPs) started in the early 1970s (Economou, 1969), and the field has experienced a renaissance during the last 20 years, arising from the progress in nanofabrication of particles and nanopatterning of surfaces (Baryakhtar, Demi-denko, & Lozovski, 2013; Ctistis, Patoka, Wang, Kempa, & Giersig, 2007; Ebbesen, Lezec, Ghaemi, Thio, & Wolff, 1998). The ground-breaking progress in understanding the underlying physics has opened up the road for utilization of new types of applications, ranging from sensing (Anker et al., 2008; Homola, 2008) to microscopy and telecommunications (Gjonaj et al., 2011; Pendry, 2000; van Oosten, Spasenovic, & Kuipers, 2010).

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